Legislative leaders in both the House and Senate have cancelled Monday’s legislative activities due to uncommonly adverse winter weather conditions. This marks the first such cancellation for weather in recent memory – at least 20 years.

Many legislators spent the weekend in their home districts across the state, which has been pounded by snow to varying degrees with another system moving in today.

As of Monday morning, the Legislature was planning to returning to full operations Tuesday. That could be subject to change depending on the outcome of additional adverse weather expected for Monday afternoon.