While the roads from Sunday’s storms were mostly cleared Monday, officials caution drivers about slick, icy roads and black ice on bridges and overpasses.
With temperatures dipping Monday night, leading to more ice on roads Tuesday morning, some Triangle school districts are closing or delaying classes.
Here is what school districts have planned:
▪ Chapel Hill-Carrboro City City Schools will be closed Tuesday for both in-person and virtual learning. It is an optional remote work day for teachers. School facilities and offices will be closed.
▪ Orange County Schools on the traditional calendar will go to remote instruction instruction. Hillsborough Elementary, a year-round school, will be closed for students. It will be an optional remote work day for teachers. School facilities and offices will be closed.
▪ Durham Public Schools will have a one-hour delay for specialty high schools (City of Medicine Academy, J.D. Clement Early College High, Middle College High at Durham Tech and New Tech High at Hillside). There is a one-hour delay for district staff. The school district already had scheduled a teacher workday for the rest of the schools.
▪ Wake County Public Schools canceled all school-related activities and athletics Sunday and Monday. Tuesday already was scheduled as a teacher workday for schools on the traditional calendar and said there is no change in the schedule.
▪ Johnston County Schools will operate under a normal schedule Tuesday.
▪ Chatham County Schools will be closed Tuesday for students with an optional teacher workday.