To close, or not to close? It was a tough call for Southeast Michigan school administrators, Wednesday morning.
More than a dozen Metro Detroit communities have declared snow emergencies.(Click for the list!)
Thousands of kids are getting a long weekend after a fresh covering of snow fell on southeast Michigan Friday morning, causing nearly 700 schools to close.
Sleet, freezing rain and snow are expected to hit Metro Detroit Thursday night into Friday morning.
A bitter cold snap continues to grip Michigan, forcing school closures and prompting warming centers to extend hours for those most at risk.
Highs Tuesday hover around 13 degrees, with the Accuweather RealFeel temp between 5-to-10 below.
School has been canceled in two Michigan school districts as hundreds of teachers are expected to call in sick Tuesday to join right-to-work demonstrations in Lansing.
Yes, it’s snowing outside, but it’s mainly just slushy and wet roads to deal with. In spite of that, more than 200 area schools decided their doors would be closed Friday. Why is that?
Winter weather is hitting southeast Michigan Friday morning and as weather forecasters predicted, the further north you go the more snow you will see.
“This is a critically important time in the history of Detroit Public Schools and for our city,” said Detroit Public Schools Emergency Manager Roy Roberts.