NYC Office of Emergency Management Issues Weather Alert – January 3, 2014

Winter Weather Impacts New York City

The National Weather Service has forecast 6 to 10 inches of snow accumulation through Friday. OEM has issued a Hazardous Travel Advisory. New Yorkers are strongly advised to stay off the roads. For real-time weather information, visit the National Weather Service.
Read the press release

Track snow plow operations with PlowNYC.

Alternate side of the street parking is suspended Friday. Payment at parking meters will remain in effect throughout the City.

NYC senior centers are closed Friday, January 3.

NYC schools are closed Friday, January 3.

Temperatures are expected to be well below freezing Thursday through Saturday. If you suspect a person is suffering from frostbite or hypothermia, bring him or her some place warm and call 911.

NEVER use your stove, oven, or items made for outdoor use, to heat your home. This can lead to fire and exposure to carbon monoxide. If your home has inadequate heat, call 311 or contact 311 online.
Get cold weather safety tips from OEM

NYC Service is assisting community-based organizations in mobilizing volunteers to help seniors avoid accidents and ticketing by organizing a comprehensive, last resort snow removal strategy.
Learn more

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