Schools in northern Miami Valley delayed due to fog


There are several schools in northern Miami Valley that are on a delayed start Friday morning due to dense fog.

>> Storm Center 7 Forecast 

Dense Fog Advisory is in effect until 9 a.m. for the following counties: Auglaize, Champaign, Clark, Darke, Logan, Miami, Mercer, and Shelby.

According to Storm Center 7 Meteorologist Kirstie Zontini, visibility could drop below a quarter mile at times Friday morning.

>> Tips for safe driving in foggy conditions

Sidney City Schools will be closed today due to the fog.

The current list of schools that are on a 2-hour delay include:

AUGLAIZE COUNTY

  • Minster Local Schools
  • New Bremen Local Schools
  • New Knoxville Local Schools
  • St. Marys City Schools

CHAMPAIGN COUNTY

  • Graham Local Schools
  • Mechanicsburg Exempted Schools
  • Triad Local Schools
  • Urbana City Schools
  • Victory Christian School
  • West Liberty-Salem Local Schools

DARKE COUNTY

  • Ansonia Local Schools
  • Greenville City Schools
  • Greenville St. Mary’s School
  • Mississinawa Valley Local Schools
  • Versailles Village Schools

LOGAN COUNTY

  • Riverside Local Schools

MERCER COUNTY

  • Celina City Schools
  • Coldwater Exempted Village Schools
  • Fort Recovery Local Schools
  • Marion Local Schools
  • St. Henry Local Schools

MIAMI COUNTY

  • Bradford Schools
  • Covington Exempted Village School
  • Miami East Local Schools
  • Newton Local Schools

SHELBY COUNTY

  • Anna Local Schools
  • Botkins Local Schools
  • Bradford Schools
  • Christian Academy
  • Fort Loramie Local Schools
  • Hardin-Houston Local Schools
  • Jackson Center Local Schools
  • Lehman High School
  • Russia Local Schools
  • Sidney Holy Angels


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