Southeast Minnesota is forecasted to have brutally cold temperatures Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. The National Weather Service has issued a Wind Chill Warning for Olmsted, Dodge, and Fillmore counties from midnight until noon on Wednesday, with wind chills as low as 35 below zero.

Several schools across the area are running two hours late. See the full list below.

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Weather Closings and Delays For Wednesday, January 26th, 2022

Alden-Conger Public Schools - 2 Hour Delay, Wednesday

Austin Public Schools - 2 Hour Delay, Wednesday

Blooming Prairie Public Schools - 2 Hour Delay, Wednesday

Byron Public Schools - 2 Hour Delay, Wednesday

Caledonia Area Public Schools - 2 Hour Delay, Wednesday

Charles City Community Schools - Closed, Wednesday

Chatfield Public Schools - 2 Hour Delay, Wednesday

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Decorah Schools - Closed, Wednesday

Dover-Eyota Public Schools - 2 Hour Delay, Wednesday

Fillmore Central Public Schools - 2 Hour Delay, Wednesday

Glenville-Emmons Public Schools - 2 Hour Delay, Wednesday

Grand Meadow Public Schools - 2 Hour Delay, Wednesday

Hayfield Community Schools - 2 Hour Delay, Wednesday

Houston Public Schools - 2 Hour Delay, Wednesday

Kenyon-Wanamingo Public Schools - 2 Hour Delay, Wednesday

Kingsland Public Schools - 2 Hour Delay, Wednesday

Lanesboro Public Schools - 2 Hour Delay, Wednesday

LeRoy-Ostrander Public Schools - 2 Hour Delay, Wednesday

Lewiston-Altura Public Schools - 2 Hour Delay, Wednesday

Mabel-Canton Public Schools - 2 Hour Delay, Wednesday

Owatonna Public Schools - 2 Hour Delay, Wednesday

 

Rosa Parks Charter High School 2-Hour Delay

Rushford-Peterson Public Schools - 2 Hour Delay, Wednesday

Southland Public Schools - 2 Hour Delay, Wednesday

Spring Grove Public Schools - 2 Hour Delay, Wednesday

St. Ansgar Community Schools - 2 Hour Delay, Wednesday

 

St. Charles Schools - Closed Wednesday 

 

Stewartville Public Schools - Closed, Wednesday. Flex-Learning Day.

Triton Public Schools - 2 Hour Delay, Wednesday

Winona Public, Private & Charter - 2 Hour Delay, Wednesday

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