Greenville County Schools announced all of its offices and schools will be closed on Monday.

Beth Brotherton, a spokesperson for the district, said 18 schools are without power because of downed power lines throughout the county, with no timeline for when it will be restored.

“Roads throughout the district are icy or slushy and temperatures are not expected to warm enough to melt areas of concern,” Brotherton said in a released statement. “Greenville County remains under a Winter Storm Warning until noon on Monday.”

The district will make an announcement regarding school delays or closures for Tuesday no later than 5:30 a.m. on Tuesday.

Duke Energy was reporting more than 20,000 power outages in Greenville County as of noon Sunday after several inches of snow mixed with ice covered the Upstate early Sunday morning.

 

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