GENESEE COUNTY, MI — Several Mid-Michigan schools have announced they are closed tomorrow, some for the second day in a row, after a winter storm left several inches of snow across the region.
Lapeer Community Schools, Imlay City Schools, Dryden Schools, all in Lapeer County, have already announced closings for Thursday, Jan. 26.
“Lapeer Community Schools will be closed Thursday, January 26, 2023, due to hazardous road conditions,” reads a post Wednesday night on the district’s Facebook page. “Kids & Company will be open for childcare only. Please SHARE.”
Other closures on Thursday include Sandusky Community Schools and Deckerville Community Schools in Sanilac County, Mayville Community Schools and Akron-Fairgrove Schools in Tuscola County as well as Capac Community Schools in St. Clair County.
For a full list of school closures, visit the ABC12 weather closing website.
A winter weather advisory issued by the National Weather Service for Tuscola and Lapeer counties remains in effect until 10 p.m. Wednesday, with another 1 to 2 inches of snow expected during the evening hours before tapering off.
A winter storm warning is in effect until midnight Wednesday for Huron, Tuscola and St. Clair counties, with an additional 2 inches of snow bringing the total between 6 to 8 inches from the system.
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