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San Juan public schools start two hours late, Tuesday — and more snow is on the way

Snow on Douglas Road heading into town. More snow is expected throughout the day, and even more on Wednesday.  - Journal photo/ Cali Bagby
Snow on Douglas Road heading into town. More snow is expected throughout the day, and even more on Wednesday.
— image credit: Journal photo/ Cali Bagby
San Juan is turning into a winter wonderland and more snow is on the way with a predicted 3 to 6 inches before Tuesday morning. On Wednesday the forecast is calling for a total of 6 to 12 inches.
Islanders should keep an eye out for delays or cancellations to school and other activities.
Snow on Wednesday could change to rain, which could result in extremely heavy loads on roofs. Keep a close eye on car ports, sheds, and other structures prone to collapse.

San Juan Island public schools will start two hours late, Tuesday, because of snow. Buses will be on 'snow routes'.

Classes begin at 9:45 a.m.  Morning kindergarten has been canceled, afternoon kindergarten will begin at normal time.

For the latest updates on school start times, or closures, see SanJuanJournal.com, or visit San Juan Island School District's website; click on district, then transportation, then emergency Information for more detail.

 

For more winter weather preparedness tips, visit: http://www.sanjuanjournal.com/news/137327143.html.

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