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Get Long Island’s State of Emergency Details HERE

Get Long Island’s State of Emergency Details HERE 

Posted: 3:47 pm Thursday, January 4th, 2018

By Donna Donna

Travel Advisory Issued from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Today – With Sustained Winds of 25-30 MPH and Gusts of Up to 60 mph. Extreme Weather Expected to Create Dangerous Whiteout Conditions; Evening and Overnight Temperatures Expected to Cause Hazardous Black Ice; Coastal Flooding Possible

 

  • A travel advisory has been issued from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. today.
  • The Port Authority advises travelers to check with their carriers to make sure their flight will be taking off before going to the airport.
  • The Governor has activated the State Emergency Operations Center at a Level 4 enhanced monitoring.
  • The coastal system is expected to bring 6 – 10 inches of snow to New York City; 4 – 8 inches to Nassau County; 9 -12 inches to Suffolk County; 4 – 8 inches to Westchester County.
  • The northern system is expected to bring 8 – 10 inches of snow in the typical lake effect snow areas of upstate.
  • Dangerously cold temperatures and wind chills will continue through the weekend and wind chill watches will remain in effect for all of Upstate New York
  • All MTA bridges and tunnels are subject to speed restrictions up to 20 mph.
  • The MTA is operating under its cold weather plan for forecasts of significant snow accumulation – some subway trains may be moved and stored underground in anticipation of heavy snow or ice.
  • On MTA lines with express service, trains may operate local service only.
  • There is a 35 mph speed restriction on the George Washington Bridge due to high winds and low visibility.
  • There is a 25 mph speed restriction on the Staten Island Bridges (Outerbridge, Goethals and Bayonne).

Resources

  • The Thruway Authority encourages motorists to download its mobile app which is available to download for free on iPhone and Androiddevices.
  • For real-time updates, motorists can follow @ThruwayTraffic on Twitter.
  • Motorists are reminded to check 511NY by calling 511, or visiting www.511ny.org before traveling.
  • Sign up for the LIRR’s Customer E-Alert/Text Message service for updates about service changes related to the storm at: http://mymtaalerts.com/LoginC.aspx.
  • Customers can also check the MTA/LIRR website for service advisories at www.mta.info/lirr.

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