With all the snow on the way this winter, check out the new AccuWeather.com Snow Days Forecast to see if your school has a chance of closing.
The localized forecast predicts the chance of school cancellations caused by winter weather.
"It's like having your own personal meteorologist predicting what day school is going to be closed," said AccuWeather.com Expert Senior Meteorologist Henry Margusity.
With a five-day outlook that updates every hour, the Snow Days Forecast will help you avoid the last-minute scramble so you can plan in advance for when your school district officially cancels school due to inclement conditions.
Forecast details include the current temperature as well as predicted amounts of snow and ice.
The forecast rates on a five-point scale, ranging from "very likely" to "very unlikely" that schools in your location will be canceled due to winter weather.
To access the Snow Days Forecast 24/7, visit AccuWeather.com and type in your location, select the "Home & Garden" forecast then select "School."
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