NYC schools to close Tuesday as Big Apple braces for winter storm

New York City public schools are going remote Tuesday due to a winter storm that is forecast to dump as many as eight inches of snow on the Big Apple, Mayor Eric Adams said.

“We’re expecting winter weather overnight tonight which could lead to 5-8 inches of snow with locally higher amounts by the morning,” Hizzoner tweeted Monday.

“As a result, all @NYCSchools will move to remote learning tomorrow. We will have more updates throughout the day.”

Winter storm warnings and watches are currently in place across the five boroughs and wider tri-state area until 6 p.m. Tuesday, according to officials.

Mayor Eric Adams
Mayor Eric Adams said all city public schools will go remote Tuesday due to the incoming storm.

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