Pearland and Friendswood ISDs will remain closed Tuesday, Feb. 16. Students will not have asynchronous class.
Published 12:09 p.m., Feb. 15
Pearland and Friendswood are experiencing inclement weather, including low temperatures, snow and ice. As a result, many are experiencing power outages.
The city of Friendswood sent out a press release warning residents to stay off the road through the morning of Feb. 16. Mayor Mike Foreman has signed a disaster declaration in case of damage due to severe weather.
Preparations for dangerous, bitterly cold winter weather should be nearing completion. Extremely hazardous conditions expected tonight and Monday. pic.twitter.com/8CopDDUMnp
— NWS Houston (@NWSHouston) February 14, 2021
The city of Pearland has cancelled its public meetings for Feb. 15.
Due to the impact of severe weather and the ongoing connectivity limitations, public meetings scheduled for 2/15 have been cancelled and will be rescheduled for a later date. pic.twitter.com/qknTBJqj30
— City of Pearland (@COPearland) February 15, 2021
Pearland and Friendswood ISDs will be having asynchronous classes Feb. 16. Alvin ISD will be closed Feb. 16.