High winds disrupting school in parts of MinnesotaMINNEAPOLIS (AP) — High winds are disrupting school in parts of Minnesota.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — High winds are disrupting school in parts of Minnesota.
WCCO-TV reports several schools are closed because of power outages, including Forest Elementary School in Crystal, Maplewood Middle School and John Clark Elementary School in Rockville.
Some other school districts, mostly in northern Minnesota, either canceled or delayed the start of classes Wednesday because of high winds and blowing snow.
The Duluth News Tribune reports that all Duluth public, parochial, charter and private schools and latchkey programs are closed. The National Weather Service is reporting over seven inches of snow in Duluth since Tuesday evening.
Hinckley-Finlayson and Pelican Rapids schools are also among those closed.