Weather interrupts schools again

Delayed starting times for some school districts and a few closures have been announced in anticipation of the latest winter storm.

Another storm bearing down on New Jersey prompted the National Weather Service to issue a winter weather advisory for most counties.

Steady snow is expected for most of the Garden State overnight into Monday morning, but the storm is expected to end by the afternoon as earlier predictions for one or two feet have been rescinded for parts of the state.

Meteorologists say about 1 to 2 inches of snow are expected in northern parts of the state. However, higher accumulations ranging 2 to 4 inches may fall in central New Jersey, and 5 to 8 inches may fall south of I-195.

A partial list appears below, but readers are advised to check locally for updated information.

Barack Obama Green Charter High = Plainfield = Delayed start at 9:30 AM
DeVry University = North Brunswick = No AM classes
Good Shepherd Child. Ctr.-Old Bridge = Old Bridge = Delayed start at 10:00 AM
Hillside Board of Education = Hillside = Delayed start at 10:30 AM
Kenilworth Public Schools = Kenilworth = Using delayed opening schedule
Kenmare H.S. For Women = Jersey City = Delayed start at 10:00 AM
Linden School District = Linden = 2-hour delayed start
Millstone Township School District = Millstone Township = 2-hour delayed start
New Horizons in Autism Toms River = Toms River = Closed
Ocean Cnty College = Toms River = Closed
Queen City Acad. Charter = Plainfield = Delayed start at 10:00 AM
Rahway Public Schools = Rahway = Delayed start at 10:41 AM
Rugby School at Woodfield = Wall = Closed
Shore Center for Children with Autism = Tinton Falls = Delayed start at 10:00 AM
St. Thomas the Apostle = Old Bridge = Closed
Union Co Ed Serv Comm = Westfield = Delayed start at 9:50 AM
Union Co.TEAMS Charter School = Plainfield = 2-hour delayed start

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