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Schools Closed Friday Too!

snow(Updated Friday January 5, 2018) The Scarsdale Schools are closed for a second day in a row on Friday January 5 due to extreme cold and concerns about exposure. The temperature at 8 am Friday was 8 degrees, and is not expected to rise above 12 degrees for the day. The Scarsdale Schools were closed on Thursday January 4 due to severe conditions from winterstorm "Bomb Cyclone Grayson."

As of 1 pm on Thursday, police report that call volume is relatively low. With most people at home the streets are virtually empty and there have been very few car accidents, though there are a few power outages due to fallen tree limbs. Sanitation is currently out plowing but the wind continues to blow snow onto the roads.

The following local organizations and businesses were closed on Thursday:

Advocate Brokerage
Eye Q Optometrists
JCC of Mid-Westchester
Scarsdale Library
Scarsdale Medical Group
Scarsdale Synagogue
Westchester Reform Temple
Yoga Station

Send your snow photos to scarsdalecomments@gmail.com for publication and enjoy your snow day.

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#3 John 2018-01-06 07:57
Every other school in the area is closed and there is no reason to be open. Roads were icy and dangerous. There is always something with some people here.
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#2 School should be open 2018-01-05 08:53
School should be open today. It’s really not bad out, and we should conserve our snow days for when they are more necessary.
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#1 Why 2018-01-05 07:56
Road conditions are fine. Why is school closed today?
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