It's looking like it might just be a day off from school...finally!


Are you ready to do the snow dance? Sure it's not a cool blizzard, but it IS going to mess up tomorrow's morning commute. These days that's enough to get a snow day called. And no, not a remote learning day, an actual snow day where you just get to goof around all day. With the way this winter has been going, I bet there will be a lot less complaining about 4-7 inches. Who am I kidding, there will be plenty of complaining. The timing of the storm will give us all a tricky morning commute. That is for those of us who don't have a remote option. Boy, Covid almost ruined snow days too!

Looks like a quiet sunny weekend if you don't get to clearing on Friday. But back to the real reason you are here. What are the chances there will be a snow day tomorrow? All you have to do is use the handy dandy...


All you need is a couple of pieces of information: the zip code for the school, what kind of school is it (public/private), and how many snow days you've had this year.


It's like reading the future! And who wouldn't want to do that? Do you have traditions you do to ensure you get a snow day? Here are some that have worked for us in the past (and I don't know how but they do work!)

  • put your snow boots by your bed (to tell the snow Gods that you WILL be wearing them?)
  • put ice cubes in the toilets (seems like something you would do for a 3-year-old - they are now 17 and 14)
  • put a spoon under your pillow (your guess is as good as mine!)

Either way, be safe and enjoy!

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