Freezing weather causes delayed start for Cache County School District schools
Jan 30, 2023, 8:02 PM | Updated: 10:11 pm
(Kristin Murphy, Deseret News)
CACHE COUNTY, Utah — Schools in the Cache County School District are on a two-hour delayed start on Tuesday, Jan. 31, due to weather conditions.
— Cache County School District (@CacheDistrict) January 31, 2023
This comes after the National Weather Service issued a wind chill warning in Cache valley.
The cold airmass that brought frigid temperatures today sticks around through tomorrow morning bringing more dangerously cold temperatures/wind chills to a larger portion of the state. #utwx pic.twitter.com/tMfbbixxLy
— NWS Salt Lake City (@NWSSaltLakeCity) January 30, 2023
According to the NWS, temperatures in Cache Valley could fall to as low as minus 30 degrees Fahrenheit.
The school district says all schools will begin exactly two hours later than their usual start times. Along with this, students should be at bus stops two hours later than usual.
There will be no a.m. preschool or kindergarten, according to the district. Additionally, it says BTECH buses will not run during the morning of Jan. 31. Students who take these buses will face no penalty for being absent in the morning.
The district encourages parents to take appropriate actions to respond to the cold weather.
Additionally, Utah State University offices at the Logan, Brigham City and Tremonton campuses will open at 10 a.m. Tuesday classes at USU are canceled.
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