Several schools across the Tennessee Valley announced school delays due to cold weather.
NORTH ALABAMA (WAFF) -
Several schools announced delays for Friday classes as dangerously cold temperatures begin to settle in across the Tennessee Valley.
Albertville City Schools delayed two hours Friday. Buses will begin their routes two hours later than usual.
Athens City Schools will be delayed two hours Friday.
Bethel Baptist School delayed 2 hours Friday. Child care opens at 8:30 a.m.
Boaz City Schools delayed three hours Friday.
Cornerstone Christian Academy delayed two hours Friday.
Cullman Co. Schools delayed 2 hours Friday.
DeKalb Co. Schools delayed two hours Friday.
Decatur City Schools delayed two hours Friday; buildings open at regular time.
Guntersville City Schools will be delayed three hours Friday.
Hartselle City Schools will delay two hours Friday. Parents can drop kids off at the regular time.
Jackson Co. Schools are opening at 10:30 a.m. Friday. Employees are asked to report at the normal time.
Lawrence Co. Schools delayed 2 hours Friday.
Limestone Co. Schools delayed two hours Friday.
Marshall Christian School opens at 10 a.m. Friday. No early morning care will be available.
Marshall Co. Schools delayed three hours Friday.
Morgan Co. Schools delayed two hours Friday; staff should report at regular time
Scottsboro City Schools delayed three hours Friday.
Stay with the WAFF 48 Storm Team and WAFF.com as the cold front moves across the area.
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