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Ice flowers. Welcome back to winter. Photo by Lauren Heaton.

Ice flowers. Welcome back to winter. Photo by Lauren Heaton.

Yellow Springs Schools on 2-hour delay Monday, January 4

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The Yellow Springs Board of Education decided at 6:15 Monday morning to delay village schools by two hours, due to slick road conditions. As of 6:30 a.m., the Antioch School and the Children’s Center have not yet indicated a change in schedule.

The combination of frost on roadways and a slight covering of snow make travel unsafe. Temperatures are expected to drop towards evening, please check with your school or organizing individuals for cancellations or delays of after-school activities.

The National Weather Service states that light snow showers are likely, mainly before 2 p.m. with total daytime snow accumulation of less than a half inch possible.
Skies will be cloudy, with a high near 29 with a north wind 7 to 11 mph. Tonight, low temperatures will hit around 10.

Welfare checks:
Roadways and walkways are icy; Village police and Miami Township Fire Rescue will make rounds to check on people with known care issues. If you are concerned about someone’s welfare, please call the police so that they may check on them.

If you have no heat or are suffering from exposure-related issues, call 911. Please note that it is illegal for electric and gas providers to turn off services if the temperature falls below freezing.

Frozen water pipes:
Please note that broken water pipes are a major issue during cold snaps. Protect your pipes from freezing by:
• insulating pipes that are exposed to outside temperatures;
• closing all foundation vents under the house;
• opening cabinets under sinks to let warm air circulate

Never leave a building unheated during freezing temperatures unless all water lines, drains and toilets have been properly drained. If a water line breaks, it is important to shut off the valve within your house or at the meter.

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