It's cold and raining. Most schools are back to their normal schedule today February 2, 2023. There are a few to make note of:

Thursday, February 2:

Hope ISD is closed today It will be a AMI day for students

Texas A&M University-Texarkana will delay reopening until noon.

The University of Arkansas Hope-Texarkana will delay opening until 10 AM. All classes before 10:00 a.m. are dismissed.



Wednesday, Feb. 1

It is a cold, wet morning and in parts of the Texarkana area there is more than just rain there is some freezing rain and a little bit of snow.

Freezing rain is nothing to take lightly. There are some area schools that have closed today or have a delayed opening today Wednesday, February 1, 2023.

Ice storm in Toronto

The forecast for today, tonight and tomorrow morning is still calling for rain and freezing rain, so we will update this list throughout the day today and tomorrow morning.

Here is a list of Closings and Delays


Ashdown Ark Schools, Closed    

Atlanta ISD , Opening at 10:00 AM   

Broken Bow Schools, Closed, virtual learning

DeQueen ISD Closed, AMI day 

Foreman Ark School District, Closed 

 Hooks ISD Delayed 10 AM Buses running 2 hours late 


Hope Ark Schools, Closed   

Hughes Springs ISD, Closed    

Idabel OK Schools, Closed, virtual learning

New Boston ISD Opening 10 AM Buses delayed 2 hours 

Malta ISD  Opening at 10:00 AM 

car in winter, snow and ice on the windscreen and hood, frozen glass wiper
Zigmunds Dizgalvis

Maud ISD Delayed to 10 AM

Redwater ISD Closed

Simms ISD delayed to 10 AM

Texarkana College, Classes meet virtually, staff works remotely   

Texas A&M University-Texarkana, Closed  

UA Hope -Texarkana -  Both campuses Closed



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