7:30 a.m., Jan. 3, 2014: Gov. Cuomo Lifts Some Vehicle Restrictions on I-87, Tappan Zee Bridge
7:20 a.m., Jan. 3, 2014: Bee-Line buses and Paratransit vehicles will start service when weather conditions permit safe operations. The Westchester County Airport is open. Passengers should check with their carrier for specific flight information.
8:35 p.m., Jan. 2, 2014: The MTA will be operating commuter trains on a Saturday schedule for Friday, Jan. 3. For more information, go here.
1:15 p.m., Jan. 2, 2014: From Westchester County:
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For status on Westchester County Airport flights, check for updated information and alerts. Passengers are encouraged to contact airlines for status on flights.
The Health Department has Winter Safety Tips.
If you lose power, it should be reported directly to Con Ed or NYSEG. The phone numbers and Web site links are:
- ConEd power outage or gas and electrical service problems: (800) 752-6633 or (800-75-CONED)
- NYSEG electricity power outage: (800) 572-1131
- NYSEG natural gas power outage : (800) 572-1121
12:20 p.m., Jan. 2, 2014: See what's closing or cancelled here.
Gov. Cuomo may shut down major highways because of the approaching storm.
Original article, 10:46 a.m. Jan. 2, 2014: We've gotten an overnight taste of what's to come with a dusting of snow.
By Thursday afternoon, the winter storm dubbed “Hercules” by the Weather Channel, will bring snow in a "blowing snow" fashion as the National Weather Service calls it.
The NWS prediction for New Rochelle includes "blowing snow," accumulating overnight 4 to 8 inches.
For the latest on weather for New Rochelle, check the National Weather Service site and the above window.
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