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Ladies and gentleman, Snowmagedon 2015 has arrived, and with meteorologists expecting a winter's worth of snow in one day, there are bound to be closures galore.
As of 9:00 AM on Monday, New York City and Boston schools are still open with only after school activities for NYC public schools canceled.
For a list of school closings and early dismissals in the New York City Area, click here.
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For a list of school closings and early dismissals in the Boston and New England area, click here.
For a listing of school closures and early dismissals in the Philadelphia area, click here.
The MTA has just announced schedules for 26 extra Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) and Metro-North trains to handle the blizzard commute.
Governor Coumo has declared a state of emergency for New York State following the arrival of Snow Storm Juno on Monday.
The governor also announced that roads in effected counties would be restricted to use by emergency personnel, and warned travelers to check and see if their flights out of the area were canceled.
Subways will begin to shut down or slow to extremely limited service after 7 p.m.
Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North will shut down after 11 p.m.
PATH service will switch over to their weekend schedule after 9 p.m.
Buses will be equipped with chains and snow tires. There will be reduced bus service.
78% of flights out of LaGuardia Airport have been canceled and 50% of flights had been canceled at JFK Airport.
At 11pm tonight, we're restricting travel on all roads for affected counties, except for emergency personnel. #blizzardof2015— Andrew Cuomo (@NYGovCuomo) January 26, 2015
Decisions about @bostonschools storm cancellations for this week will be made as early as possible tomorrow, Monday.— BostonPublicSchools (@BostonSchools) January 26, 2015
If you’re going to work today, please head home early - and take mass transit when you do. Stay off the roads as much as possible.— Bill de Blasio (@BilldeBlasio) January 26, 2015
Mayor @BilldeBlasio: Schools are open tomorrow, but after school activities canceled. Schools most likely closed Tuesday.— NYC Public Schools (@NYCSchools) January 25, 2015
Many flights have been delayed and cancelled as a result of the major snowstorm taking over the Northeast.
Flightaware.com has a very useful flight tracking widget that allows you to see which airports around the country have the most closures and delays. To use the map, click on an airport to see how many delays and closures there are at that locaiton.
Metro wil be updating this article to bring you the lastest news in school closures, road closures and power outages that could hit your area.