A winter storm that rolled in on Monday has prompted several school and event cancellations.
Nashville District 49 has called off school for Tuesday stating that inclement weather conditions. Superintendent Mike Brink said in a phone call to parents Monday that the day will be treated as a typical snow day with no remote learning required. All evening activities have also been cancelled.
Nashville Community High School has also announced that it will be closed on Tuesday for a snow day. Superintendent Brad Turner also announced the closing on Twitter. The NCHS Hornette game at Carterville on Monday night was also canceled as well as the freshman game at home versus Okawville.
The Mobile Market that was to be held at the Washington County Fairgrounds has also been canceled due to the weather.
The National Weather Service in Paducah, KY, has predicted between 7 and 10 inches of snowfall. Temperatures have settled in to well below freezing, and wind chill levels may reach as cold as 25 degrees below zero over the next couple of days.