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School Closures: Which Northern California schools closed due to power outages, storms

With more snow and high winds in the forecast, a handful of school districts have announced that there'll be no school on Monday.

CALIFORNIA, USA — As parts of the Sierra log Day 7 of a PG&E power outage, schools are taking notice and some are choosing to keep their doors closed.

The brunt of a winter storm hit the area near Christmas, a time when most schools were out on winter break. However, the power outages, repairs and damage clean-up have hung around longer than some might have expected. Parts of the Sierra are on Day 7 of a PG&E power outage.

With more snow and high winds in the forecast, a handful of school districts have announced that there'll be no school on Monday. Other districts, like Nevada City School District, have announced a few late starts to the school day.

For a list of school closures, view below.

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Placer County

Colfax Elementary School District

El Dorado County

Camino Union School District

Gold Oak Union School District

Nevada County

A few school districts in Nevada County have announced late starts for Monday.

Nevada City School District announced late starts of 10:30 a.m. for Deer Creek and Seven Hills on Jan. 3.

In the Nevada Joint Union High School District, officials said North Point Academy will be operating remotely.

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Why the commotion over the forecast on Monday? ABC10 Meteorologist Tracy Humphrey breaks down the rain, snow and winds heading to Northern California.