With reports of a possible 7 to 10 inches of the fluffy white stuff headed our way, some schools and agencies are thinking ahead, and have already called a snow day for Tuesday.
Brother Rice and Mother McAuley high schools sent word of closure Monday afternoon, and locally, Hille Middle School announced that after-school activities tomorrow are canceled.
But is it too soon for the schools to call a Snow Day?
After several snow false alarms this season, some folks aren't buying meteorologists' predictions, and think administrators might be getting ahead of themselves.
Our Facebook fans piped up about possible closings.
Richie DeVries: we never had snow days growing up, i can remember maybe 2
Valerie Neubauer Shalati: It would have to be a major blizzard for district 145 to call a snow day, they are in ISAT's for next couple of weeks.
Michael Vahl: It's not even snowing... And the way the weather people have been so accurate...I'll believe what I see. Bring on those 2 inches!!!
Beth Kinnerk McKernan: No! Tommorrow is my day off. The kids MUST go to school
Camille Colburn Hicks: McAuley did?????? They never did that when I went there!
Aileen Mullee DiTuri: Once I saw that McAuley canceled, I figured that I should get ready to have the kids home tomorrow. McAuley "never" cancels
Michelle Boger Martin: I was shocked to see a lot of schools on that list. It hasn't even started snowing yet!!!
Carrie Costello Beemsterboer: Lincoln-Way never closes! I think 2 years ago the kids had one day... But it takes a lot for these schools to close!