There are two weather systems predicted to make impacts in the greater New York City region beginning this evening and during the weekend.
The National Weather Service has upgraded this weekend’s storm to a Winter Storm Watch for the New York City area from Saturday afternoon through Sunday afternoon.
Light snow is forecast for New York City later tonight, with the National Weather Service issuing a Winter Weather Advisory for some areas surrounding the city.
Two members of the School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) community were recently diagnosed with bacterial meningitis, caused by the meningococcal bacteria known as type B. They are currently hospitalized and are responding to treatment. We understand the great concern this causes. We are sharing information through this letter and the attached fact sheet to ensure that you understand the nature of this illness and the limited ways that transmission can occur, and also so you are fully aware of what we are doing to protect the health of our community.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for New York City and its surrounding areas, lasting from 6 a.m. until midnight today, Tuesday February 12, 2019. Read this update for impacts to campus due to the snowfall.