Yep, it's Snowing Again. Here's What You Need to Know

Monday, February 03, 2014

Shoveling snow on the second big snow fall of the year in Midtown, on January 21, 2014. Shoveling snow on the second big snow fall of the year in Midtown, on January 21, 2014. (Stephen Nessen/WNYC)

So much for that balmy weekend weather. We're getting up to eight inches of snow in the New York-area today.

Several schools have closed for today and field trips have been canceled. A complete list can be found here.

Alternate side parking rules are suspended.

Complete information on New York City subway, bus and rail service can be found here.

All New Jersey Transit trains are subject to 15 minute delays because of the weather. For more, see our Transit Tracker below.

The FAA reports about 3 hour delays for flights coming into La Guardia Airport. Three hour delays for flights coming into Newark and flights destined to Teterboro Airport will not be allowed to depart until 12:45 p.m. The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey says due to weather in the area passengers should check with their airlines before going to the airport and to allow additional travel time.

More details below, updated as fast as we can:

There's a 25-mph speed restriction for both the NY & NJ-bound Outerbridge Crossing. The same restrictions are in place for both the NY & NJ-bound Goethals Bridge.

And if you were thinking of enjoying a snowy walk across the George Washington Bridge today, don't bother. The sidewalk is closed.


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Comments [2]

PINKY CHENG from Sunnyside

Sounds like a lot of pandering to me. How about if De Blasio does something to curb dog owners from not cleaning up after their dogs? I'm sick of the amount of dog feces on our streets in Sunnyside. Also, can we get rid of those hip hop break dancers in the subways? What ever happened to true quality of life in NYC?

Feb. 03 2014 03:19 PM
Mary from Sunnyside

Will universal pre-k really make much of a difference? There was no universal pre-k while I was growing up in NYC and I and most other families did quite well. Will universal pre-k really make up for a lack of responsible parenting?

Feb. 03 2014 11:21 AM

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