CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (WNCN) – Multiple central North Carolina school districts cited wet roads and the freezing temperatures expected overnight as the reason for delaying or canceling classes on Tuesday.

The Triangle saw its first snowfall in almost a year on Monday. Although it didn’t accumulate, the wet roadways could freeze overnight. Temperatures aren’t expected to get out of the 30s on Tuesday with overnight temperatures being considerably lower.

Monday’s storms also brought rain that flooded streets and strong winds that took down trees in central North Carolina.

The following school districts will be closed on Tuesday, Jan. 3.

  • Orange County will be closed with no remote learning.
  • Vance County Schools will have an asynchronous remote learning day for all students.

The following school districts will be delayed on Tuesday, Jan. 3.

  • Wake County Public School System: 2-hour delay.
  • Durham Public Schools: 2-hour delay.
  • Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools: 2-hour delay.
  • Chatham County Schools: 2-hour delay.
  • Franklin County Schools: 2-hour delay.
  • Moore County Schools: 2-hour delay.

This list will be updated throughout the evening. To add your school, email CBS 17 at newstips@cbs17.com.