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CCSD issues update on cold weather impacts

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The record cold temperatures are having dramatic impacts on the Lowcountry, and power outages are among the biggest problems right now.

The Charleston County School District just sent an update on what is happening at the schools that are affected.

The following is from an email sent to News 2:

1) Power is out an many schools across the district (Buist, Mary Ford, Dunston, SOA, AMHS, Liberty Hill, North Charleston Creative Arts, CPA, Lowcountry Tech, CCMS, James Simons, and Mitchell and West Ashley HS is reporting no water.)

2) Power has been restored at Drayton Hall (9:20 a.m.), JBE (9:40 a.m.) and Murray LaSaine (10:01 a.m.)

3) SCEG is reporting there will be rolling power outages for the remainder of the day and could last 30 minutes to an hour at a time. These power outages could affect cell phone towers as well.

4) At this point, no decision has been made regarding early dismissal. We will share additional information as it becomes available.
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