Winter storm Nemo: What Westchester, Hudson Valley residents need to know

Jana Macko of Pleasantville, and her son Matthew

Jana Macko of Pleasantville, and her son Matthew Macko, 7, walk on N. Lexington Ave. toward the White Plains bus transportation hub parking lot. Macko kept her son home from school, she said, because they were on a shortened schedule, and it was too dangerous to to travel between her job in White Plains, Matthew's school in Armonk and home in Pleasantville. (Feb. 7, 2013) (Credit: Xavier Mascarenas)

Advisories

Nemo dumped nearly two feet in snow in parts of the Hudson Valley. In Westchester County, Bronxville recorded the highest snowfall at 21.3 inches, while Rockland County saw up to 14 inches. Warwick, in Orange County, was reporting a foot of snow.

Below, you'll find the updates, notifications and alerts you'll need to stay up-to-date on the storm.


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Cancellations/postponements

A hometown rally scheduled on Saturday morning for Super Bowl hero and New Rochelle native Ray Rice was postponed until March, and Teatown's Hudson River EagleFest has been bumped from Saturday to Sunday.

More canceled events

Outages

To report an outage, call:

• Orange & Rockland Utilities, 877-434-4100. Outage map

• Con Edison, 800-752-6633. Outage map

• Central Hudson, 800-527-2714. Outage map

• NYSEG, 800-572-1131. Outage map

Flights

Commercial flights started taking off from Kennedy and LaGuardia airports around 9 a.m. Saturday and around 11 a.m. from Newark Liberty Airport. Many flights are still canceled and passengers should check with their airline before heading to the airport.

Flights grounded

Roads

Plow crews worked through the night and the clean up work continued Saturday. Most cities said they expected roads to be fully clear by late afternoon.

Traffic update

Transit

Hourly service on the Hudson and Harlem lines was restored between 11 a.m. and noon, Metro-North said in a statement Saturday. But the New Haven line, buried under more than 3 feet of snow, will remain out of commission until further notice.

MTA service advisories

School closings, delays

Many schools in the Hudson Valley closed Friday but classes are expected to be held Monday.

List of school closings

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