More than 200 flights were canceled yesterday in two international airports in New York due to bad winter weather. Heavy snow caused that Newark airport in New Jersey, canceled 159 flights between arrivals and departures, while La Guardia terminal canceled 44 flights.
The National Weather Service issued a blizzard warning. About 365 heavy vehicles spread salt on major highways, where there were accumulations of two to five inches.
The adverse weather forced the authorities to reduce the speed limit to 45 miles (72 km) per hour on the road in New Jersey, including Delaware Memorial Bridges and George Washington, and the Garden State road between Tinton Falls and the border with the state of New York.
Some schools in Connecticut, Waterbury, Danbury and Torrington, ordered to canceled clases on Tuesday while students were released earlier in some districts in Massachusetts.