2015 Northeast Snowstorm Info: School Closings, Flight Delays & Cancellations Boston, NYC, Rhode Island

Hours ahead of the arrival of the 2015 Northeast blizzard, there is already a long list of school and business closings scheduled for Monday and Tuesday in New York City, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts. Find important school and business closing information below.

Travel delays and airline cancellations are expected on Monday and Tuesday, with forecasters expecting snowstorm Juno to dump anywhere from 18 inches to more than 2 feet of snow in NYC, Hartford, Providence, and Boston. Check the list below for more information about flight delays, links to airports and the latest updates from Amtrak.

School and Business Closings and Delays:

  • Connecticut: Find the most updated list of closings, delays and early dismissals in Connecticut here. Sign up for closings and storm alerts here.
  • Massachusetts: Check the WBZ closing list here. Another great resource for school and business closings and delays is Mass.gov.
  • New York City: NBC New York has the latest closings list here for both schools and businesses.
  • Rhode Island: The Rhode Island Broadcasters Association Cancellation System (RIBA) has a full list of government closing, school, business and day care closings. The list also gives information about early dismissals and sports/event cancellations.

Travel Delays and Cancellations

If you are traveling in or out of Philadelphia, New York City, or the New England states this week, contact your airline for the latest information on cancellations and delays.

  • Boston: The Logan Airport website here; has links to airlines and important updates about cancellations and delays.

The Weather Channel reports that snow will start to fall in Philadelphia and New York City on Monday morning. The slow moving storm will travel up the coast into New England, with heavy snow and hurricane force winds forecast for Connecticut, Rhode Island, and the Boston area Monday night and well into Tuesday.

Follow The Weather Channel (@WeatherChannel) on Twitter for the latest updates on the Northeast blizzard.

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