Multiple local school systems will have a remote-learning day on Thursday due to the Tropical Storm Warnings prompted by Hurricane Zeta.
Davidson County, Guilford County, Lexington City, Rockingham County and Surry County school systems, as well as Bethany Community School, announced Wednesday night that Thursday will be a remote-learning day for all students. On Thursday, Thomasville City Schools and Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools also announced that all students will learn remotely.
Yadkin County Schools will be closed on Thursday.
FOX8 MAX Weather Chief Meteorologist Van Denton said the biggest threat to the Triad will be damaging winds on Thursday.
The storm is expected to produce half an inch to two inches of rainfall.
An isolated tornado should also not be ruled out.
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