School districts around the state are starting to make up days cancelled due to the extreme cold. In some cases, school was closed as many as six days this winter because of the sub-zero temperatures.
Thousands of school kids across the state got to stay home again Thursday because of the extreme cold. This is the third day this month, the sub-zero temperatures have kept students out of class and that’s very unusual for Minnesota school districts.
The mild weather has ruined another winter event.
While the huge blizzard bearing down on the Midwest is largely bypassing Minnesota, the state is still being affected.
A major event scheduled for this weekend at the Metrodome is being cancelled because of the roof collapse.
For once this month, it’s not the snow in Minneapolis causing the headaches.