PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Snow failing across Pennsylvania is causing schools to close or delay opening in the western and central part of the state.
The snow is sticking to roadways and slowing motorists because conditions are slippery.
The Kutztown Area School District and Boyertown Area School District are among those closed Tuesday due to weather.
Staggered starting times for the snow. NOT set in stone, of course, but here's a rough idea when you can expect it to begin where you live. pic.twitter.com/iZnPQ9Dvfl— Sue Serio (@SueSerioFox29) January 16, 2018
Due to the deteriorating road conditions, the Kutztown Area School District will be closed today, Tuesday, January 16. All offices are closed. All after school and evening activities are cancelled. pic.twitter.com/Gn06MkhhcS— Kutztown Area SD (@KutztownASD) January 16, 2018
All Boyertown Area Schools District schools and offices will be closed Monday, January 16, 2018. All after-school activities are canceled.— BASD District News (@BASDNEWS) January 16, 2018
Parts of the state are under a winter weather advisory that will remain in effect until Wednesday morning.
Forecasters say as much as 6 inches of snow are possible in the higher elevations.
For a full list of school delays and closings, see here.