Penn Hills School District cancels Tuesday classes due to weather
A forecast that's beyond frigid will keep Penn Hills School District students at home tomorrow.
The district made the decision on Monday afternoon to cancel Tuesday classes in anticipation of the weather forecast, which is calling for a high of 6 degrees in the greater Pittsburgh area. Temperatures are forecast to drop below freezing on Monday night, with Weather.com showing a low of 4 degrees below zero.
Weather.com is forecasting that the temperature will slowly begin rising throughout the week, with highs in the 20s on Wednesday, 30s on Thursday and, as of Monday afternoon, a forecasted high of 41 degrees on Friday.
For the latest, school district news, visit www.PHSD.k12.pa.us.
Patrick Varine is an editor for Trib Total Media. He can be reached at 412-320-7845 or email@example.com.
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