All flights into and out of Logan International Airport will be canceled as early as 7:30 p.m. Monday as airport officials deal with the approach of a major East Coast snowstorm.
Airlines canceled 2,194 flights Monday, according to the flight tracking site FlightAware. More than 2,000 additional flights have been scrapped for Tuesday.
JetBlue, whose flights are largely in the Northeast, has already canceled about a third of its entire schedule.
The last time Logan ceased operations was during a blizzard in February 2013.
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The roads were clear driving into Boston Monday morning, but signs posted on the highway warned of the upcoming storm. (David Ryan/Globe Staff)
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The most recent radar image of the Northeast from the National Weather Service
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Baker: Service for the MBTA will continue regularly until midnight. There will be no service on Tuesday.
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Mass. Gov. Charlie Baker takes questions from reporters at the blizzard preparation news conference.
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Walsh: We're taking this storm very seriously. Err on the side of precaution.
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Walsh: "You should not be driving in the city. Once you park you car tonight, you leave your car there and then don't leave your house."
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Walsh answers question about space savers: "I'll worry about space savers on Wednesday."
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Mike Dennehy, public works commissioner: We're looking at 36 hours of work here, according to the forecast.
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Police commissioner Bill Evans addresses press at a blizzard news conference on Monday.
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In Boston and wondering where to park during the storm? Here's the city's map of where parking is allowed
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Using a ride sharing service to get home today or out tomorrow could be pricey. Uber and Lyft are saying prices could triple during the storm, BetaBoston reports.
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Because of the approaching winter storm, Boston College will close today at 5 pm, per an announcement from the university. Woods College and all other classes scheduled for this evening are canceled. The university will also be closed on Tuesday, with all classes cancelled.
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The town of Scituate on the South Shore advised oceanside residents to evacuate by 6 p.m. Monday, warning of “significant flooding with sand and debris” ahead. A shelter is set to open at the same time at the town’s high school.
Town officials also discouraged anyone from driving after 6:30 p.m., as roads are expected to deteriorate quickly. More on bostonglobe.com.
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Leaving work early? Check our traffic map
for slow-downs and delays.
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Thinking of going somewhere Tuesday? Think again.
Baker’s travel ban goes into effect at midnight as the storm howls. It will be lifted, on a county-by-county basis, as conditions allow, the state said.
Those exempt from the ban include people working in medical, health and human services; public transit; public safety; public works; utility restoration and repair; and the media. People traveling for essential medical procedures are also exempt. Here's more on the travel restrictions.
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