Winter weather has arrived in Iowa.

According to the National Weather Service, some parts of eastern Iowa could receive 4-to-6 inches of snow. Gusty wind will cause the snow to blow and drift with temperatures turning bitterly cold, forecasters said.

A winter weather advisory is posted for the southern two-thirds of Iowa until noon. The advisory is for counties along and south of U.S. Highway 20.

Slick roads are making the morning commute a treacherous one for drivers. Due to the road conditions, some northeast Iowa school districts are delaying the start of classes.

Below is the list of school announcements for Monday, Nov. 11, 2019.


BCLUW: Delayed 2 hours; No morning preschool

Bosco Catholic System: Delayed 2 hours; Veteran's Day assembly postponed to Tuesday, Nov. 12

Center Point-Urbana: No morning preschool; Veteran's Day ceremony postponed to Tuesday, Nov. 12 at 9 AM

East Buchanan: Delayed 2 hours: Veteran's Day assembly moved to Tuesday, Nov. 12

Edgewood-Colesburg: Veterans program at 10:30 AM

Gladbrook-Reinbeck: Delayed 2 hours

Green Mountain-Garwin: Delayed 2 hours; No morning preschool

Independence (including St. John's): Delayed 2 hours

Kirkwood Community College: All locations will open at 10 AM

Northeast Iowa Community College - Oelwein Center: Opening at 10 AM

North Tama: Delayed 2 hours; Veteran's Day events postponed to Tuesday, Nov. 12

Oelwein (including Sacred Heart): Delayed 2 hours; No morning preschool

South Hardin: Delayed 2 hours

Union Community: Delayed 2 hours

Vinton Shellsburg: Delayed 2 hours; No morning preschool

West Delaware (including St. Mary's): Delayed 2 hours; No morning activities