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School Cancellations and Delays; Wintry Mix Moves Into The Valley

Cancellations and Delays:

  • Columbiana County ESC: Transportation 2 Hour Delay
  • Commodore Perry: 2 Hour Delay
  • Grove City Area Achools: 2 Hour Delay
  • Jackson Milton: 2 Hour Delay
  • Jamestown Schools: 2 Hour Delay
  • Lakeview Schools, Stoneboro: 2 Hour Delay
  • Mercer Area Schools: 2 Hour Delay
  • Sebring: 2 Hour Delay
  • Slippery Rock Area Schools: 2 Hour Delay
  • Southern Local: 2 Hour Delay
  • United Local: 2 Hour Delay
  • Wellsville: 2 Hour Delay
  • West Branch: Closed
  • Youngstown Air Reserve Station: Opening 2 Hours Late

Prepare for a mix bag of precipitation today.  A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect until 3 P.M. for Mahoning, Trumbull, Mercer, and Lawrence Counties.  The National Weather Service expects snow to spread into extreme northeast Ohio today and northwest Pennsylvania later tonight.  A mix of rain and freezing rain forced some area school districts to delay the start of classes.  The precitation will change to rain by late Thursday afternoon.  However, before the change to rain occurs, an additional 2 to 5 inches of snow with some ice accumulation is possible.   Stay with Storm Tracker 21 on air and on 21 News Now for the latest information and school delays.

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