Schools across Wake and neighboring counties closed Monday due to icy roads

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) -- Schools are announcing closures, delays, and remote learning days for Monday due to icy roads throughout central North Carolina.

North Carolina's largest school district, Wake County Public School System, will be off closed Monday January 24 due to icy conditions of secondary roads and possible refreezing overnight.

Durham Public Schools along with Edgecombe, Lee, Franklin, Chatham and Granville counties will have a remote learning day Monday due to the icy conditions.

Johnston County Public Schools will also be closed Monday and operate under Condition Three.

Many other school systems and universities have announced closings or delays. Check the link below for full details.

CLICK HERE for a full list of school and business closings in the region.

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