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Sudbury Storm Central: Atkinson Pool to Delay Opening

Check back often as we provide updates on the storm and any delays or cancellations.

Winter storm warning in effect. Courtesy NWS
Winter storm warning in effect. Courtesy NWS
The Atkinson Pool will have at least a delayed opening until 9 a.m.

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The library will close at 5 p.m. due to the impending snowstorm.

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Tonight's Lincoln-Sudbury Regional District School Committee meeting is rescheduled to next Jan. 28 at 7:30 p.m. in the Multi-Purpose Room, Hartwell Building, Lincoln Public Schools, Ballfield Road, Lincoln. The agenda will be sent prior to the meeting.

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Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School has canceled all after-school activities, including all athletic events.

Sudbury Public Schools has also canceled all after-school events.

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In the event of a snow day during exam week at Lincoln-Sudbury, all exams will be moved forward one day. The teacher workshop day will also be moved forward a day if there is a snow day during exam week. 

For example: if there is a snow day tomorrow, the Math exam will be moved to Jan. 23 and the Language exam would occur on Jan. 24. The teacher workshop day would be Jan. 27.  

Bus route info - http://www.lsrhs.net/sites/info/bus-routes/

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Sudbury and the Metrowest region is getting ready to hunker down for yet another winter storm. 

The region is currently in a winter storm warning, which isn't expected to be lifted until some time on Wednesday.

Here's what residents can expect, according to WHDH:

* Patchy light snow/flurries arriving 1-4pm with steadiest snow from 7pm tonight until 10am Wednesday. Poor travel is expected from 7pm until noon on Wednesday due to falling/drifting snow.

* Heaviest amounts focused on South Shore/Buzzards Bay/Cape/Islands with a foot of snow likely in those areas. Metro Boston plan on 8" of snow. 

* Snow will be light and fluffy which eliminates threat of widespread power loss BUT the powdery snow means significant blowing/drifting snow leading to poor visibility.

* Wind gust between 35-50 mph likely along coast with gusts between 20-35 mph well inland. This wind will create wind chills between -10 and -20 overnight and early Wednesday morning.

Once the storm exits, another arctic blast will strike the region for several days, with lows at or below 0.

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