Dozens of closures today around Niagara
With the snow continuing to fall, it appears most of the Niagara Region is closed for business.
Dozens of cancellations and closures reported this morning.
Niagara College and Brock University both opting to close their campuses for the day.
Suprisingly not too many reports of major traffic issues, although there have been a few single vehicle, cars in ditch mishaps.
For those of you who have Tuesday garbage collection, you might want to dig out the trash, garbage pickup is cancelled across Niagara for the day.
The St. Catharines bus terminal telling us all Greyhound Bus service between Buffalo and Toronto is cancelled today, passengers with tickets will need to reschedule their travel plans.
Meantime it's not just us, the monster storm is also affecting tens of millions of people in about a dozen states who are scrambling to prepare for as much as 60cm of snow.
Blizzard warnings extend from Pennsylvania to Main.
The storm already causing a wave of flight cancellations across the US, so if you are flying out today check the status of the flights before you leave home.
The weather is disrupting travel plans for thousands of basketball fans, heading to Buffalo for the start of the NCAA tournament on Thursday.
That's why the Villanova University basketball team, the top seed in the tournie, arrived in Buffalo yesterday, in advance of the storm.
For a full list of closures, go to the Storm Desk section.
Larry and Simon discuss the good news.
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