Several Southern California school districts announced they will close Monday due to Tropical Storm Hilary.
The storm, which weakened from its peak Category 4 status Friday to a tropical storm Sunday, delivered measurable rain and gusty winds to the region.
While SoCal continues to get battered with measurable rain, flooding and windy conditions, school districts are bracing for potential aftermath and canceling classes. The following districts announced they will not have class Monday:
- Bear Valley Unified School District
- Bishop Conaty- Our Lady of Loretto High School
- Bishop Mora Salesian High School
- Castaic Union School District
- Cal State Fullerton
- Inglewood Unified School District
- Lancaster School District
- Los Angeles Unified School District
- Newhall School District
- Pasadena Unified School District
- Rialto Unified School District
- Saugus Union School District
- Sulphur Springs Union School District
- William S. Hart Union High School District
Schools that will stay open Monday
- San Bernardino City Unified School District
Tropical Storm Hilary will deliver rare August rain in SoCal and possible catastrophic flooding during what is historically the region’s driest month of the year. The height of the storm is anticipated to strike Sunday evening and is forecasted to taper off through Monday.
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Source: NBC Los Angeles