School Districts Keeping An Eye On Road Conditions

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)-- Monday was a snow day for tens of thousands of students in the St. Louis area.  Those students and their parents are wondering about Tuesday.

Yesterday's snowfall made it unsafe for school buses to roll Monday.  In areas of St. Charles County, there were snow drifts of about two feet deep in some driveways.  Several area school districts we checked with are assuming they will have class Tuesday, but it depends on Monday night's temperatures and refreezing on the roadways.  So, many superintendents and transportation directors will be driving roads in their districts Monday night to check conditions.

Many districts say their superintendents are hoping to make a decision on whether tomorrow will be a snow day by 7 o'clock Monday night and at the latest by 5:30 Tuesday morning.

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