UPDATED: Winter Storm Closes Farmington Public, Private Schools Wednesday
With as much as 4 inches of snow on the ground, the district calls a snow day.
Farmington Public Schools students who just enjoyed a winter break have another day off Wednesday, thanks to as much as 4 inches of snow dumped on the area since Tuesday afternoon.
As of 5 a.m., these schools had also called off classes, according to news reports:
- St. Fabian Catholic School
- Our Lady of Sorrows
- Mercy High School
- Oakland Community College Orchard Ridge
- Schoolhouse Montessori
Because Farmington Public Schools closed today, all activities and athletic events are also cancelled, according to the district's snow day policy.
The Farmington/Farmington Hills Breakfast Optimist Club cancelled their Wednesday morning meeting, according to a Facebook post.
A weather emergency declared at 9 p.m. Tuesday in the City of Farmington remains in effect. All vehicles must be off the streets, or they may be towed.
The National Weather Service predicts another inch of snow may fall today, with a 60 percent chance the precipitation will continue through Thursday morning.
Find out how the weather is affecting traffic on area roads by checking the real-time map on our Commute page.
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