New York Citytalladams(Eric Adams) announced on the morning of the 12th that in order to deal with the upcoming winter storm and the snowfall caused by it, all public schools in New York City will move to remote classes from home on the 13th (Tuesday).
According to the weather forecast, there will be heavy snowfall and strong winds in New York City from 4 am to 6 pm on the 13th. Snowfall is expected to reach 5 to 8 inches, and wind speeds could reach 40. miles per hour.
In addition to schools switching to online classes, all after-school tutoring or activities, adult education and youth activity centers will be closed on the 13th, and the city’s alternate-side parking rules will also be suspended on that day.However, on the 13th date plannednew York StateThe special by-election in the 3rd Congressional District will still be held as usual, and polling stations will be open on the 13th. All public transportation will operate normally during the snowstorm.
New York City issued a travel warning on the 12th, predicting low visibility during the morning commute on the 13th. Zach Iscol, director of the city’s Office of Emergency Management, advised New Yorkers to avoid going out unless necessary.