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New York Today: The Latest on the Snowstorm

Bridges and tunnels: Motorists are inspired to force at diminished speeds on bridges throughout the town, so be expecting a slower-than-usual shuttle. A pace restriction of 35 m.p.h. is in position on the George Washington Bridge and there are delays at the Lincoln Tunnel.


Commuters start to make their method thru Lower Manhattan this morning.

Stephanie Keith for The New York Times

NYC Ferry: East River and Astoria routes are working on commonplace schedules. There are suspensions and repair adjustments on the Rockaway and South Brooklyn routes.

Newark, La Guardia and Kennedy airports: Airlines have already canceled many flights to and from East Coast locations.

Alternate-side parking is suspended for snow elimination these days and Friday.

The flurries must dwindle by means of this night, however it’ll really feel as icy as 0 levels or decrease. What may well be extra relating to, in keeping with Tim Morrin of the National Weather Service, are the days to observe.

“After the snow is over, we’re expecting a very frigid period of weather on Friday and Saturday,” Mr. Morrin instructed us. “Wind chill factors can be even worse than we had during the New Year’s period, so everything’s going to be really frozen in. For citizens who need to be outdoors, it’s really going to be a tough go.”

Friday and Saturday are appearing highs close to 12 and lows round four, however with the wind relax, it’ll really feel as biting at 20 beneath 0.

Plan accordingly and keep heat (assume: hearty dishes like soups and stews, or hot chocolate and cold-weather cocktails).

We will proceed updating the column steadily all over the morning, and you’ll be able to read more in our live briefing about how the ‘bomb cyclone’ is affecting New York and different portions of the nation.

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