NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — New York City district school buildings will closed Monday, Feb. 1 due to a potentially major snowstorm in the forecast.

Classes will be held remotely.

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Learning Bridges, after-school programs, adult education and YABC programs are canceled. Food distribution sites will close, too.

In addition, the Archdiocese of New York announced all Catholic elementary schools will be closed on Monday, adding it will be a traditional snow day with no remote learning.

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SNOW TIMELINE: 6-12 Inches For Most Of Tri-State, 18 Possible Northwest Of NYC

Most of the Tri-State area is forecasted to have 6 to 12 inches of snow by Tuesday. Snowfall could be as high as 18 inches in other parts.

The city did not announce the status for public schools on Tuesday.

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