She doesn’t mind the delays as much - gets to read the paper or an extra cup of coffee or a long walk with the dog. What Frost’s her is when the delay then becomes a cancel and it’s still dark out and no one else is up but it’s too late to come back to bed
Our Super must be afraid of something - we’re in the suburbs too but every town within 15 miles will be calling it the night before but ours will wait until 530 or 6 the next morning just in case they’re all wrong and it will be fine. Maybe there’s some kind of superintendent award you get for not calling it when it wasn’t necessary
Most of the parents are both working so they’d much rather a closing or delay vs the dreaded early closing when it turns out that the roads are awful and getting worse instead of better. Parents have to slog back from work for the kids when the buses bring them back home early. Then they’re ripped
10 miles south of us they got sleet & freezing rain Sunday and 3 or so inches last night.
5 miles up the road they got 24inches +.
We live in the valley on the north side of an east-west ridge. It’s always colder (about 8 or 9 degrees) and usually snowier. Except when the snow hits the ridge and drops on the other side