Winter Storm Ferris is on the way, and its timing couldn’t be worse.
The Tuesday morning commute will be heavily impacted by heavy snow across most of the state.
Chief Meteorologist Bruce DePrest said there could be times where 1 to 3 inches of snow is falling per hour on Tuesday morning.
The best advice is to stay off the roads on Tuesday, but if you have to, AAA offered some tips for drivers who might have to go out on the roads on Tuesday:
For those traveling in the air on Tuesday, Bradley International Airport said some airlines have started adjusting their schedules and a large number of flights have already been canceled.
The airport is open, but travelers should contact their airline directly before heading to the airport.
Officials at Amtrak Northeast said service is suspended between Boston and New York City until at least 11 a.m. on Tuesday.
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Metro-North officials have told travelers to allow for extra travel time because of the inclement weather.
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