KAGS’ Dr. Christopher Nunley has been telling you concerning the incoming snow all week. Here is the place you could find updates!
BRYAN, Texas — In the event you’ve been watching KAGS for the final week, the incoming snow we have got within the Brazos Valley is not any shock. Dr. Christopher Nunley proved but once more why we have got probably the most correct forecast within the Valley. However, as you properly know, with snow comes some issues you need to be careful for! College closures, treacherous journey and energy outages are simply a few added components that include a snow day. You’ll get all of these updates on this article!
UPDATES & ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Brazos County Choose Duane Peters has closed all county workplaces for Monday, January 11. Places of work will reopen at regular occasions Tuesday.
Texas A&M College campus in Bryan-School Station will probably be two hours late Monday morning. The campus will open at 10 a.m. for nonessential staff solely. Nonetheless, if you’ll be able to earn a living from home, it’s best to work your regular day. When you have a query about your nonessential or important standing, discuss to your respective management.
Blinn School additionally introduced all campus places will probably be 2 hours late. The campuses will open at 10 a.m. Monday.
2 HOURS LATE: The next colleges/companies are 2 hours late for Monday:
- Allen Academy
- Blinn School – All campuses
- Brenham ISD – Buses run common routes, NO COVID testing Monday
- Texas A&M College – Bryan-School Station Campus
CLOSED: The next colleges/companies are CLOSED Monday:
- Anderson-Shiro CISD
- Bremond ISD
- Buffalo ISD
- Bryan ISD
- Caldwell ISD
- Calvert ISD
- Centerville ISD
- School Station ISD
- Franklin ISD
- Gause ISD
- Hearne ISD
- Huntsville ISD
- Iola ISD
- Leon ISD
- Milano ISD
- Mumford ISD
- Navasota ISD
- Normangee ISD
- North Zulch ISD
- Richards ISD
- Rockdale ISD
- Snook ISD
POWER OUTAGES REPORTED
School Station Utilities mentioned a damaged limb is accountable for an influence outage within the Woodcreek neighborhood. They’re working to repair the issues however do not have an estimate as to how lengthy the outage could final.
Bryan Texas Utilities is reporting there may be an outage affecting clients within the Miramont, Copperfield, Austin’s Colony, and Steep Hole areas. That outage is affecting about 1,000 clients at the moment. There isn’t a estimate on repairs. Additionally affecting BTU clients, the outage within the Woodlake space in School Station and the Outdated Cameron Ranch Street space. They consider the causes to be weather-related.
Hey everybody! Decelerate! Do you assume you are from Minnesota? In the event you’re not used to driving in icy and snowy circumstances, then you have to crawl earlier than you’ll be able to stroll, and even take into consideration working. As somebody from Minnesota can inform you, even on the primary snow day of winter, Midwesterners have an issue navigating the roads. Bryan and School Station police are reporting there are a variety of crashes inside the cities.
It’s possible you’ll assume your 4-wheel drive can deal with it however keep in mind, you are sharing the highway with lots of people. To not point out, our regulation enforcement officers, tow truck drivers and good Samaritans are stopping to assist stranded drivers. You have to be careful for them. Decelerate and share the highway!
TXDOT has been working to deal with the roads since Saturday to assist with driving circumstances, however snow would not play by the foundations. It may possibly accumulate shortly and trigger slushy, slippery circumstances. Watch out!
The Robertson County Sheriff’s Workplace has reported ice is forming on the roads. A number of autos have slid off the roadway as a result of ice on Freeway 6 north of Calvert.
YOUR PHOTOS AND VIDEOS!
We’ll proceed to replace this as movies and pics are available in!
In the event you’ve bought movies or pics to ship us, simply textual content them to us at 979-703-8404. We wish to see the way you’re spending the snow day. Children, pets, dad and mom, households, singles – we would like all of it!