UPDATE | Snowfall hits Marysville

Snow covers Cedar Avenue in Marysville on Monday morning. - Scott Frank
Snow covers Cedar Avenue in Marysville on Monday morning.
— image credit: Scott Frank

MARYSIVLLE - Snow began falling in Marysville on Monday morning and weather forecasters are expecting it to continue through the afternoon with snowfall totals expected between 1-3 inches.

The National Weather Service is calling for decreasing snow this afternoon along with falling temperatures. The expected low for Monday night is 18 degrees and the high on Tuesday is expected to reach 30 degrees.

Both the Marysville and Lakewood school districts have announced schedule changes due to the weather. You can check for updates.

Marysville School District

TODAY: Buses will run routes according to the LIMITED TRANSPORTATION schedule this afternoon. Click on the link to view routes: LIMITED TRANSPORTATION - there will be No afternoon kindergarten, preschool, ECEAP, athletic practices are canceled, all evening district and school events are canceled. Read more about INCLEMENT WEATHER - click here.

TOMORROW: 2-hour Late Start, No Half-Day Kindergarten, Preschool, ECEAP (AM & PM) no Early Head Start, no out-of-district transportation, limited transportation routes in morning following late start. Possibly will follow limited transportation routes tomorrow afternoon depending on weather conditions.

Lakewood School District

No P.M. ECEAP. No P.M. Preschool Programs. No Skill Center

The city of Marysville has posted its snow routes online.

Check back for updates.

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