New York and the rest of the Northeast are expected to be hit by a nor'easter by Wednesday evening and into Thursday morning, as the developing storm moves into the south today.
As much as a foot of snow could hit parts of Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.
Some schools have proposed cutting into spring break in April or holding classes on Saturdays.
The nor'easter is the third to hit in two weeks.
New England will get the brunt of the snow accumulation, with localized amounts of up to 22 inches near Boston, as well as some coastal flooding.
Call it a nor'easter, a "bomb cyclone," or a superstorm—in an era of worsening extreme weather, fierce winter systems like this are arriving with startling frequency.
Let's break down the terms.
A blizzard can be an opportunity for an enterprising politician, and de Blasio needs to turn this into an opportunity.