Gov. Mark Dayton will not order Minnesota's public schools closed on Tuesday and will leave the decision instead to individual superintendents.
Live blog: Cold weather updates
The state's three largest school districts -- Anoka-Hennepin, Minneapolis and St. Paul -- all announced plans to remain closed on Tuesday.
All A-H schools, programs and activities will remain closed Tuesday, Jan. 7 due to continued extreme cold. More: http://t.co/W3I98wYKj1— Anoka-Hennepin (@AHSchools) January 6, 2014
SPPS closed again tomorrow. Frigid temps continue into the morning -- too cold for waiting for bus or walking. More shortly.— Valeria S. Silva (@SPPS_SuptSilva) January 6, 2014
MPS schools will remain closed Tues. due to cold temps. This affects all MPS schools, progs & activities, incl Community Ed and Mpls Kids.— Minneapolis Schools (@MPS_News) January 6, 2014
Dayton ordered all public schools closed today because of the bitterly cold weather.
"We believe school superintendents are monitoring the temperatures closely and are prepared to communicate with families so they can plan accordingly," state Education Commissioner Brenda Cassellius said in a statement.
See a complete list of Tuesday closings and cancellations via our news partner KARE 11.