Shanghai will cancel most flights and shut some schools Monday and Tuesday as Typhoon Chanthu approaches China’s financial capital and major shipping hub.

All flights will be canceled at the city’s Pudong International Airport after 11 a.m. Monday because of the weather, while all flights through the Hongqiao airport in the west of the city will also be scrapped after 3 p.m. Monday, according to an announcement by the Shanghai Airport Authority.

Earlier on Sunday, the Shanghai government said it will shut all kindergartens and primary schools Monday afternoon and Tuesday as it braces for the arrival of the storm, which is expected to make landfall in the southern part of the city on Monday night. Chanthu dumped heavy rains on the city of 25 million people on Sunday after hitting the country’s coast in the southeast and the Philippines.