5:59 AM EST, January 23, 2013
The list of school delays and cancellations is much shorter Tuesday, as our area enters the second morning of single-digit temperatures.
Some of the area's largest school corporations and districts including: South Bend, Penn-Harris-Madison and School City of Mishawaka are back to school Wednesday after school was canceled Tuesday because of bitter-cold temperatures and rough driving conditions.
Tuesday morning, many Elkhart County schools including: Elkhart Community Schools, Goshen Community Schools and Concord Community Schools are under a two-hour delay.
Tuesday morning started off in the single-digits but we can expect to see temperatures in the teens and possibly lower-20's before the day is done.
Today's temperature gives way to a slight warm-up, with temperatures in the mid-20's expected by Friday.
Some areas saw some snow overnight, but nothing like the snowfall late Monday night into Tuesday morning.
We spoke to area dispatchers and police only reported one slide-off in Berrien County and one on the toll road as of 6 a.m. Wednesday morning.
That could change as the morning commute progresses.
As always, remember to dress yourself and your children appropriately for today's temperatures.
It's a good idea to bring outdoor pets inside and make sure they have plenty of water.
Also keep in mind that your house can suffer too in these temperatures.
Extended periods of cold weather can make furnace problems obvious.
If you plan to be away from your house for several days, keeping a faucet running lightly is a good way to prevent your pipes from freezing.
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