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