Updated at 10 PM, February 2, 2022

The snow has stopped falling, but mostly due to very, very cold morning temperatures, there are several Delayed Starts and a Closure for Northern Colorado schools for Thursday, February 3rd.

The forecast is calling for below zero temps overnight and in the early morning hours, with roads obviously still slick from the snowfall the last couple of days. If/when you do send kids to their bus stop, make sure they're dressed for very cold conditions, with hats, gloves, etc. to avoid frostbite conditions.

For delayed starts, follow usual delay procedures and/or reach out directly to your district for further information and instructions.

Delays and Closures for Thursday, February 3, 2022

Poudre School District - Fort Collins - 2 hour delayed start
Thompson R2J - Loveland - 2 hour delayed start
Weld RE1 - Gilcrest/Lasalle - 2 hour delayed start
Weld RE3J - Hudson/Keenesburg - 2 hour delayed start
Weld RE4 - Windsor/Severance - NORMAL SCHEDULE (confirmed as of 10p 2/2)
Weld RE5J - Johnstown and Milliken - CLOSED
Weld RE6 - Greeley/Evans - 2 hour delayed start
Weld RE8 - Fort Lupton - 2 hour delayed start
Colorado State University - Open/Regular Schedule
Foothills Gateway Ft Collins - 2 hour delayed start
Front Range Comm College - Open/Regular Schedule

We will update this list as able if there are any changes.

Please send any additional Northern Colorado snow closure and delay information to nocotips@townsquaremedia.com.

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