St. Louis Public Schools in Gratiot County will dismiss students early today, in anticipation of severe weather. Superintendent Joann Spry says she doesn't want students to be on their way home this afternoon, when conditions get worse.
"There's travel advisories for high-profile vehicles, which would include school buses. And with the high winds, there's the danger of downed power lines and flying objects. And we want to make sure that our students are home, safe and sound with their families, prior to the arrival of any severe wind and weather conditions."
Spry says whether or not St. Louis schools are on schedule tomorrow depends on how the weather develops through tonight.
CMU Public Radio will continue to update you on severe weather as it develops across the listening area.