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The Philadelphia region has been enduring a marathon storm that began Sunday afternoon, with precipitation expected to last into the day Tuesday. All six of New Jersey’s mega-sites for coronavirus vaccinations will again be closed on Tuesday. City offices will be closed Tuesday, while some county governments will have delayed openings. Philadelphia declared a snow emergency, which means cars must be moved off snow emergency routes. Trash and recycling collection has been canceled for Monday and Tuesday.
Philadelphia is expected to receive 8 to 12 inches of snow by Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service. A state of emergency went into effect in New Jersey at 7 p.m. Sunday. Gov. Phil Murphy said all six “mega-sites” for coronavirus vaccinations will be closed Monday. Philadelphia has declared a snow emergency, which means cars must be moved off snow emergency routes and people with Monday trash pickup should hold their trash until next week. SEPTA has reported some Regional Rail delays and cancelations, while vehicle restrictions are in place on local highways.
What could be the region’s most significant snowfall in five years began Sunday afternoon. Philadelphia and other communities across the region joined the state of New Jersey in declaring snow emergencies.