California storm: Sonoma County announces 2nd day of school closures due to severe weather


SONOMA COUNTY, Calif. (KGO) — Sonoma County announced the second day of school closures due to severe weather Thursday evening “due to fallen trees, lack of electricity, flooding, or other concerns related to the storm.”

Several schools throughout the Bay Area announced closures due to Wednesday’s Level 5 storm, with classes assumed to resume on Friday.

Sonoma County, located in the North Bay, is the only county to publicly announce an extension to school closures.

Here’s a list of schools that will be closed Friday:

Fort Ross Elementary District — All schools

Guerneville School District — All schools

Horicon School District — All schools

Kashia School District — All schools

Montgomery Elementary District — All schools

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