No snow day for Billings, Thursday remains a possibility

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Billings schools will stay open Wednesday despite a severe cold front making its way through Montana.

School District 2 Superintendent Greg Upham said Tuesday schools will operate under cold weather protocols and there’s a chance that classes may be canceled Thursday with the final temperature being the deciding factor.

The district’s holiday break begins Friday and classes aren’t scheduled to resume until Jan. 3.

With temperatures projected to get as low as -28 F this week, along with snow and wind chill, Billings residents have voiced concerns about keeping schools open.

During the district’s monthly board meeting Monday night, Billings school

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