The 38 children from Leicester who were stuck in their New York hotel for 22 hours as super-storm Sandy brought devastation to the north east coast of the US are preparing to venture outside.
The Mayor of New York said airports are closed due to runway flooding and all public transport remains closed until further notice.
The girls are due to fly home tomorrow but the school's Head Teacher Julia Burns said whether they will be able to make that flight is not yet known.
Thirty eight schoolgirls from Leicester remain stranded in America as the clear up continues following hurricane Sandy's destruction.
Hurricane Sandy has been downgraded from a Hurricane to Post Tropical Cyclone.
Schoolchildren from Leicester are trapped in New York on a trip. They sent their account through the night, barricaded in a hotel.