How Cold Is It? Polar Vortex Keeps Area Students In Bed Longer to Stay Warm

Washington, D.C. (Thursday, January 31, 2019) – Thousands of students in the Washington,. D.C. area will get a chance to stay at home a little longer this morning.  Many school systems are starting later to allow temperatures to rise.  Much of the DMV is well below freezing Thursday and school officials say “it’s simply too cold with the chance of frostbite a possibility could occur in just 30-minutes.” 

●Alexandria City Public Schools will open two hours late.

●Arlington County Public Schools will open two hours late.

●Baltimore County Public Schools will open two hours late.

●Carroll County Public Schools will open two hours late.

●Culpeper County Public Schools will be closed.

●Fairfax County Public Schools will open two hours late.

●Falls Church City Public Schools will open two hours late.

●Fauquier County Public Schools will be closed.

●Howard County Public Schools will open two hours late.

●Fredericksburg City Public Schools will open two hours late.

●Loudoun County Public Schools will be closed.

●Manassas City Public Schools will be closed.

●Manassas Park City Public Schools will open two hours late.

●Montgomery County Public Schools will open two hours late.

●Prince George’s County Public Schools will open two hours late.

●Prince William County Public Schools will be closed.

●Spotsylvania County Public Schools will open two hours late.

●Stafford County Public Schools will open two hours late

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