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Frigid forecasted temperatures and blowing snow led some districts to delay the start of classes Friday morning:

Ada schools: Two-hour delay. Students in grades 6-12 in town may ride the bus to and from school. Report to a town bus stop to ride.

Allen East schools: Two-hour delay.

Bath schools: Two-hour delay.

Bluffton schools: Two-hour delay.

Columbus Grove schools: Two-hour delay.

Cory-Rawson schools: Two-hour delay.

Crestview schools: Two-hour delay, no morning latchkey.

Delphos schools: Two-hour delay.

Delphos St. John's schools: Two-hour delay, plan B preschool.

Elida schools: Closed.

Lima Central Catholic: Two-hour delay.

Lima schools: Closed.

Lincolnview schools: Two-hour delay.

McComb schools: Two-hour delay.

Parkway schools: Two-hour delay.

Perry schools: Two-hour delay.

Shawnee schools: Two-hour delay.

Spencerville schools: Two-hour delay.

St. Charles school: Two-hour delay.

St. Gerard school: Two-hour delay.

St. Marys schools: Two-hour delay.

St. Rose school: Two-hour delay.

Upper Scioto Valley schools: Closed.

Vantage Career Center: Two-hour delay for high school classes.

Van Wert schools and Lifelinks: Two-hour delay.

Wapakoneta schools: Two-hour delay.

Waynesfield-Goshen schools: Two-hour delay.

West Central Learning Academy: Closed. Students should continue working from home.

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