Winter Storm Resources

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SCHOOL CLOSINGS/DELAYS:

Visit our school closings page to see the latest school closings/delays. You can also find this information on the The NEWS10 ABC mobile app.

EVENT CANCELATIONS:

The following events have been cancelled due to the storm:

  • Norman Rockwell Museum: Closed on Thursday, January 4 due to the winter storm.
  • Empire State Plaza Ice Rink: The Empire State Plaza Ice Rink will remain closed for the rest of today, Thursday, January 4.

FLIGHT DELAYS/CANCELATIONS:

SNOW EMERGENCIES:

The following cities and towns have issued snow emergencies:

  • Town of Greenport: Snow emergency starting at 9 a.m. until midnight tonight. No parking in the streets. Those who do will be ticketed & towed.
  • North Adams, Massachusetts: Mayor Thomas Bernard has issued a snow emergency for the City of North Adams from 10 a.m. Thursday, January 4, 2018, until 10 a.m. Friday, January 5, 2018. All residents are urged to NOT park vehicles on city streets and to limit their travel during this time to allow for the removal of snow and clearing of streets throughout this weather event.
  • Brunswick, N.Y.: The Town of Brunswick has declared a snow emergency starting at 5 p.m., Thursday, January 4, 2018 until Friday, January 5, 2018 at 5 p.m.

    Residents are asked to park in their driveways. There will be no parking in the streets. Any vehicle in violation of the parking restrictions will be ticketed and/ or towed at the owner’s expense.

ROAD CONDITIONS:

See current road conditions in New York, Vermont and Massachusetts. Road conditions are maintained by each state’s department of transportation.

POWER OUTAGES:

You can find the latest outages by visiting or contacting your local electrical utility.

STORM SAFETY TIPS:

  • Never touch a downed power line, it could be charged and injure you;
  • Make sure trees and debris are clear of any lines as contact can also lead to electrocution;
  • If using a generator, run it outdoors in a well-ventilated area. Ensure it cannot vent back into living areas – Exhaust can cause Carbon Monoxide poisoning which could be lethal;
  • Make sure all exterior heating vents are clear and operating properly – A blocked vent means exhaust can come back into living areas causing Carbon Monoxide poisoning;
  • Slow down;
  • Remove ALL snow and ice from your car – It can impede visibility and fly off on the road and create a hazard.