As of Monday, 3/13, at 4:30 PM, the forecast continues to
show blizzard conditions for Tuesday, beginning between 3:00 to 5:00
tomorrow morning, with heavy snow of three to four inches per hour
through the afternoon, and wind gusts of up to 60 MPH. The snow is
expected to taper off between 4:00 PM and 7:00 PM Tuesday, with strong
winds continuing through Tuesday night, and total accumulations
between 22 to 30 inches across Western and Central Connecticut, with l0
to 18 inches expected for New Haven.
We will continue to monitor conditions and the university has teams in place to handle essential campus functions.
The City of New Haven is issuing a parking ban that will go into effect at midnight tonight. The
City will be towing vehicles so that it can plow the roads, so please
make arrangements to get your car off the road, and move it to either a
driveway or parking lot, to avoid being towed. Beginning at
6:00 PM today, public school parking lots and the Temple Street, Crown
Street, and Granite Square parking garages are also available to
The Mayor has issued a citywide travel ban for tomorrow that
prohibits use of city streets except for essential employees – as
designated by their employers – on their way to and from work.
Staff members performing essential functions who have
been asked to come to work tomorrow should carry their Yale ID when
As noted in our message this morning, the university will be
closed, except for those performing essential public safety or other
life safety or critical functions, starting tomorrow morning, Tuesday,
3/14 at 7:00 AM through Wednesday, 3/15 at 10:00 AM.
If conditions change, we will share the updates with you and will post information to emergency.yale.edu