Winter Storm Juno is set to bring heavy snowfall and blizzard conditions to the Northeastern United States Monday to Wednesday—up to two feet in some areas.
The peak of the storm is Monday night into Tuesday, according to The Weather Channel.
Monday afternoon, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo updated on how New Yorkers’ commutes will be affected by the storm.
New York City subways will be running on a regular schedule until 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday. Afterwards, they will be running on limited service, in order to stow away some subway cars and protect them from the storm, the governor said.
PATH trains running to and from New York and New Jersey will operate regularly until 9 p.m., after which they will run on a holiday schedule.
Earlier Monday, there were delays and re-routing on some subway lines due to signal and switch problems. The MTA (Metropolitan Transit Authority) will keep this webpage updated with the latest service changes.