Friday, February 8, 2013
Stay safe if you are heading out on the icy roads. If you're staying close to home, share photos from your snow day activities!
Mother Nature has given school children across St. Clair Shores a three-day weekend. If you are headed out to enjoy the winter weather with your children, or staying in, keep Patch posted on your snow day activities. Use the Add button below the photo to share your pictures or videos. You can post your pics here by clicking the "Upload Photos & Video" button above. Happy Snow Day! Like Patch on Facebook | Follow Patch on Twitter | Sign up for Patch's free daily e-newsletter
Area public and private schools including Lake Shore, Lakeview and South Lake are also closed.
Students in St. Clair Shores will have a three-day weekend after a night of snow. Schools closed due to inclement weather Friday morning include: Lakeshore YMCA Child Care Center will have a delayed start and will open at 8 a.m. Friday. Additionally, the pep rally at Lake Shore High School has been rescheduled for Thursday, February 14, which is the last day before mid-winter break. The Snowcoming dance will still take place on Saturday. Also, Saturday school is still scheduled for Saturday morning. Stay safe during your commute Friday morning by checking our live traffic map before you leave for work. Like Patch on Facebook | Follow Patch on Twitter | Sign up for Patch's free daily e-newsletter
Monday, January 28, 2013
The ice and snow that caused hundreds of school closures Monday throughout southeast Michigan soon will be a mere memory, but not for long!
The week got off to a slick, sloppy start in southeast Michigan, but those who don't relish shoveling snow and scraping ice are in luck: Temperatures are expected to approach 60 degrees Tuesday. The area, including St. Clair Shores, will have swung from being under a winter weather advisory Sunday to experiencing springlike temperatures and rain showers over the course of just two days, according to the National Weather Service. The mix of snow and freezing rain that began Sunday and lasted overnight into Monday morning forced St. Clair Shores schools to close. However, the high Monday was expected to hit 47 degrees, according to the NWS. The forecasting agency said temperatures will continue increasing to a high of 57 degrees, with rain …
If you're headed out, drive safe on those icy roads. If you're staying close to home, share photos from your snow day activities!
Snow Day. For anyone from age 4 through 18, these two words are spoken with whispered reverence before they are subsequently shouted from the snow-covered rooftops. With just about every St. Clair Shores school closed Monday, several thousand children and teens will find themselves left to their own devices to keep busy. If you are headed out, or staying in, keep Patch posted on your snow day activities. Use the Add button below the photo to share your pictures or videos. You can post your pics here by clicking the "Upload Photos & Video" button above. For those of you who aren't big fans of the white stuff, the National Weather Service is predicting temperatures will hit the mid 40s today and it will rain on and off, meaning the snow …