New York City and Boston are preparing for their biggest snowfall of the season. The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for the two cities, with snow expected to start Monday evening and last into Tuesday morning.
The snowfall is expected to be significant, with up to 6 inches of accumulation in New York City and up to 10 inches in Boston. The snow is expected to be accompanied by wind gusts of up to 30 mph.
The Department of Sanitation in New York City has issued a “Snow Alert”, which runs from 4 PM Monday through 9 AM Tuesday. The alert means that the department will be deploying snow removal equipment and personnel to ensure that roads and sidewalks remain safe.
Residents of both cities are advised to stay off the roads if possible, and to take extra caution when walking outdoors. The snow is expected to make driving conditions hazardous, and could lead to delays in public transportation.
The snowfall is expected to be the biggest of the season for both cities, and could be an indication of a colder winter ahead. With temperatures expected to remain cold for the rest of the week, it is important for residents to take the necessary precautions to stay safe and warm.