The Wake, Johnston, Orange, Durham, Chapel Hill-Carrboro and Chatham county school systems have announced that their schools will be closed again on Wednesday because of icy roads.
Chatham County Public Schools are closed for students but operating on a 2-hour delay for an optional workday for employees.
Orange County schools are closed to staff and students Wednesday.
Durham County Public Schools announced it will be closed to students Wednesday but teachers will have a work day. Traditional calendars will makeup the day on April 17. Year-round schools will make it up on March 29.
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Wake County Public Schools announced it would be closed for teachers and students on Wednesday. Traditional-calendar schools will makeup the day on March 31.
Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools are closed to students and an optional workday will be held for teachers on Wednesday on a 3-hour delay.
Johnston County Public Schools Superintendent Ross Renfrow announced on Twitter that roads were still too unsafe and that schools would be closed for students on Wednesday and an optional teacher work day would be held on a 2-hour delay.
Many school systems around the state, including Orange, Wake and Durham, have been closed through Tuesday after a Friday night storm and frigid temperatures caused icy roads to stick around into the work week.
Chris Cioffi: 919-829-4802, @ReporterCioffi