With trees down and many residents without power in West Alabama, some schools have announced opening delays for Tuesday after a system of storms moved through Monday evening.

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As reported Monday evening, Greene County schools announced that all schools there would delay opening by two hours on Tuesday.

"All students, faculty, and staff should report to school two hours later than your normal start time. Buses will run two hours later than normal route times," TCSS announced Tuesday morning on Facebook.

"All TCSS schools and offices will implement a two hour delay for Tuesday, January 9, due to power outages and trees down across the county."


For updates from other school systems if and when they decide to delay the start of class, stay connected to the Tuscaloosa Thread.


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