Cold Snap: Ohio Schools, government and Community Organizations Close

Ohio Schools and Community Organizations Close For Cold Snap
| #ESC_LLC #School #Government #Office | Schools, government offices, and many community organizations as well as some private industry are closed due to the cold, sub-temperature weather now embracing the state of Ohio.

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“Please be careful out there, especially with your children and animals that normally spend time out of doors,” says John Larkin, Senior Partner with ESC of Greater Ohio. “Be sure to dress warm and don’t take unnecessary changes. Be sure your children are well dressed and they wear their gloves. Perhaps it’s wise to bring in those outside dogs and cats tonight.”

The following are a few news items from around the state. Thanks for being one of our valued readers. We appreciate your support! —Al Colombo, ESC Director of Social Media

Central Ohio schools, colleges cancel classes Wednesday due to subzero temps, wind chills | Most of the school districts in central Ohio have called off classes as the temperatures are expected to fall below zero for Wednesday.

Wind chills in the Columbus area Wednesday will be the coldest in nearly three years dipping to 25 to 35 below zero at times with daytime highs around zero. Columbus City Schools canceled their classes early Tuesday and several other major districts followed throughout the day. To read this news article, click here.

Schools close in Ohio due to cold.

Mid-Ohio closings and delays for Wednesday and Thursday | Area organizations, offices and schools have closed today in anticipation of record-setting low temperatures brought by a polar vortex that’s hitting the Midwest. For a list of closings in the Mansfield area, click here.

Cleveland schools, government services and buildings closures due to polar vortex: The full list | As Northeast Ohio prepares for a deep freeze, government services, buildings, schools are closing Wednesday and Thursday.

Northeast Ohio is expected to see Arctic temperatures Tuesday through Thursday.

Temperatures are expected to plummet below zero Tuesday night, and will likely stay below zero through Thursday, according to the National Weather Service. Wind chills are expected to hover between 25 and 35 degrees below zero. Some areas of Northeast Ohio may see wind chills of -40 degrees, which the National Weather Service describes as life threatening. To read this news story, click here.

School closings roll in for districts across Northeast Ohio | #ESC_LLC #Ohio #School #Closings | Schools around Northeast Ohio are cancelling classes on Tuesday due to freezing temperatures and lingering snow.

Akron Public Schools, Stow-Munroe Falls City School District and more have already announced closures. To read the rest of this news item, click here.

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