Some area kids got an extra day for holiday break Monday, as schools cancelled what was to be the first day of the new semester for at least some Ottawa County schools.
Cancellations listed for today included Commerce and Welch schools, among others, while Miami schools arenít scheduled to reconvene classes until Tuesday, subject to weather.
Snow that fell across northeastern Oklahoma during the weekend has left many roads slick and led school officials to cancel classes.
Several school officials say the primary problem is side roads and those in rural areas of the counties in the region.
The National Weather Service has also issued a winter weather advisory until noon Monday for Cherokee, Adair, Sequoyah and Delaware counties.
The weather service says one-half to one inch accumulation is possible.
Clouds are to begin moving out of Oklahoma before another round of wintry precipitation is expected in the state for the middle of the week.
The weather service said Monday night would be partly cloudy with lows falling into the teens statewide.
Tuesday is to become partly sunny with highs ranging from the lower 20s across northern Oklahoma to near 40 degrees in the south.
Clouds are to return Wednesday, with a chance for light freezing drizzle and light snow throughout the state. Afternoon highs are to reach the upper 30s to mid 40s while overnight lows drop into the upper teens to mid 2.