Schools across the SouthCoast will be closed on Tuesday with the impending storm on the horizon for tomorrow.

For Fall River and New Bedford students, public schools and all after-school activities are canceled for Tuesday, February 13. All buildings will be closed so crews can prepare for them to re-open on Wednesday. That includes Greater New Bedford Voc-Tech and Diman Vocational.

Also cancelling school Tuesday as of this writing are Dartmouth, Berkley, Fairhaven, Westport, Acushnet, Freetown-Lakeville, Seekonk, Swansea and Taunton.

Make sure to check our school cancellation page for closure updates.

The city-wide parking ban in Fall River will also be in effect as of 6 p.m. tonight until further notice. New Bedford's parking ban will begin at midnight.

More information and updates on the weather forecast can also be found on our website.

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