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Friday’s Closings & Dealys

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After a bone dry January, the snow has arrived.  Most major school districts are closed today due to our second snowstorm of the week.  The list is growing…

School Closures:

  • Cherry Creek Schools

    CLOSED TODAY

  • Denver Public Schools

    CLOSED TODAY

  • Douglas County School District

    CLOSED TODAY

  • Englewood Schools

    CLOSED TODAY

  • Jeffco Public Schools

    CLOSED TODAY

  • Littleton Public Schools

    CLOSED TODAY

  • Sheridan School District

    CLOSED TODAY

Go to 9News for a complete list of closures and delays.

Today’s Delays & Closures

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Finally, some much-needed snow for  Denver.   The snow is expected to taper off on Tuesday. Bitter cold temperatures are in the forecast for Tuesday night. Thankfully for most parents, schools are mainly delayed not closed.  We’re not sure the same can be said for their kids.

Littleton Public Schools

All LPS Schools – 2 HOUR DELAYED START

Jefferson County Public Libraries- OPENING AT 10:00 AM

Jeffco Public Schools-DELAYED 2 HOURS

Arapahoe Community College- OPENING AT 10:00 AM

Arapahoe County- OPENING AT 10:00 AM

Arapahoe Credit Union- OPENING AT 10:00 AM

Arapahoe Library District- DELAYED 2 HOURS

Douglas County Libraries- DELAYED 1 HOUR

Douglas County School District- DELAYED 90 MINUTES

Go to 9News for more delays and closing.

What To Include In An Emergency Supply Kits

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In Colorado, the saying goes “if you don’t like the weather, wait five minutes”.  The weather can change gin a matter of minutes from beautiful to stormy and vice versa. This unpredictability is why the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office recommends having an emergency supply kit on hand. Don’t let our dry December lull you into a false sense of security when it comes to Colorado’s weather.

Look to the Sky on 11/11/19 for a Rare Astronomical Event.

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One of the biggest astronomy events of the year will take place at the start of next week. It’s an event so rare that it won’t happen again until 2032.

On Monday, Nov. 11, people across North America, South America, Europe, Africa and western Asia will be able to see Mercury pass directly between the Earth and the sun in an astronomical alignment known as a transit.

Transits happen only a few times per century and provide a unique opportunity to see a planet glide across the face of the sun.

People will have a few hours to observe the event, which starts at 7:35 a.m. EST and lasts until 1:04 p.m. EST.

Continue reading @9News.

WATCH LIVE starting at 5:30 a.m. MST Monday, November 11th.

Multiple School Districts Announce Early Release Times

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