Most schools decide to play it safe as snow-to-ice storm approaches
Toward the end of last night, many districts hadn’t yet called off classes despite a predicted snow-to-ice storm for parts of the state.
On Wednesday morning, that no longer was the case, as many school officials again decided to play it safe.
According to a National Weather Service winter weather advisory in effect until 5 p.m., most of the southern part of the state will see no more than 2 inches of snow. The northern parts of counties including New London could see up to 5 inches, according to the advisory.
The advisory additionally calls for up to one tenth of an inch of ice, which it said could make for tough travel conditions.
Schools and districts closed include:
- East Lyme schools
- Friendship School
- Grasso Technical High School, Groton
- Groton schools
- ISAAC, New London
- Ledyard schools
- Marine Science Magnet High School, Groton
- Montessori Discovery School, Norwich
- Montville schools
- New London Adult and Continuing Education
- New London schools
- North Stonington Christian Academy
- North Stonington schools
- Norwich Adult Education
- Norwich schools
- Norwich Technical High School
- Preston schools
- Regional Multicultural School, New London
- Sacred Heart School, Groton
- Sacred Heart School, Taftville
- Salem schools
- St. Bernard School, Uncasville
- St. Joseph School, New London
- St. Michael School, Pawcatuck
- Stonington schools
- Three Rivers Magnet High School
- Waterford schools
- Wildwood Christian Adademy, Norwich
- Williams School, New London
Ledyard, Mashantucket and Montville additionally have issued parking bans for today.
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