UPDATE: D135, D140, D146, D230 Cancel After School Activities Due to Weather
The National Weather Service issued an advisory for what might be the biggest snowstorm this winter season, with up to six inches of snow expected and heavy winds throughout Tuesday.
Update: 12:55 p.m.
Orland School District 135 is canceling all after school activities Tuesday, as a heavy winter storm continues through the area. The Champions Day Care program will still continue as scheduled. But all other after school programs, including Young Rembrants and all Orland Youth Association activities, are cancelled, according to D135 Community Relations Coordinator Tracy Marc.
Kirby School District 140 has also cancelled all after school activities, according to their website.
Community Consolidated School District 146 also cancelled their after school activities due to the weather, according to administration staff.
Consolidated High School District 230 also has cancelled all after school programs, including their night school, according to D230 spokesperson Carla Erdey.
An approaching winter storm may bring up to six inches of heavy, wet snow to the Oak Lawn, Evergreen Park and Beverly-Mt. Greenwood area throughout Tuesday, according to an alert from the National Weather Service.
The wet mix is expected to begin Tuesday morning, continuing throughout the day and possibly into Wednesday morning. Freezing rain and sleet are also possible.
You can track the storm as it approaches the Chicago area using our live weather map.
Up to 40 mph wind gusts and heavy precipitation are likely to make for difficult driving circumstances.
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