Another winter storm is impacting the Northeast with impacts being felt from Boston to Buffalo and southward to Baltimore.
Snow is forecast to fall over the northern portion of the storm, reaching from western New York to the coast of New England. The highest snow totals are expected around the Boston area.
An icy mix is expected just south of the snow, creating slippery roads and sidewalks around New York City, Philadelphia, and as far south as Washington, D.C.
Airline cancellations are already being reported at Boston Logan International Airport. Travelers should check with their carrier for updates on their flight status and to see if change fees are being waived.
UPDATES: (All times are listed in EST)
3:30 a.m. EST Monday: More than 1,400 flights canceled at this time, mostly at Northeast airports including Logan International Airport, Boston, according to FlightStats.
Due to poor weather conditions, airlines are canceling more flights. Passengers need to check w/ airlines on flight status.— Boston Logan Airport (@BostonLogan) February 9, 2015
3:25 a.m. EST Monday: Alternate side parking is suspended in New York City due to snow but meters remain in effect, the city said on its website.
3:20 a.m. EST Monday: Courts in Barnstable, Dukes and Nantucket counties will decide by 6 a.m. whether to open for the day. Courts in all other counties are closed, according to the Massachusetts Court System.
3:15 a.m. EST Monday: Snowy travel on I-93 south of Boston, near East Berkeley Street, 511MA webcam shows.
3:09 a.m. EST Monday: Speed limit, propane and tandem restrictions continue on Interstate 90 from the New York border to Boston, MassDOT reports.
3:07 a.m. EST Monday: Wet to snowy travel occurring over New York state, 511NY reports.
2:45 a.m. EST Monday: All Boston public schools will be closed Monday and Tuesday.
Due to the winter storm, expected to last through Tuesday, BPS schools will be closed Mon and Tues, Feb 9-10. http://t.co/UzH9lOGbsi— BostonPublicSchools (@BostonSchools) February 8, 2015