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The MTA finds itself, once again, shutting down its entire network again as winter storm Juno bears down on the Northeast. Make sure you get home before then or find yourself in a secure location if you’re not able to make it home in time.
Beginning at 11PM, ALL MTA SUBWAY LINES AND BUSES WILL BE SHUT DOWN as well as commuter rail lines, on Metro North and the LIRR.
From New York City Office of Emergency Management:
A potentially historic storm is expected to impact the New York City area. A Blizzard Warning is in effect for New York City beginning Monday afternoon through 12 am Wednesday morning. Snow accumulations are forecast to be 20 to 30 inches with locally higher amounts possible and wind gusts up to 65 mph. The NYC Department of Sanitation has issued a snow alert beginning Monday, January 26th, at 12:01 AM. For real-time weather information, visit the National Weather Service.
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