Tønsberg: – Snow chaos: Many schools are closed

Tønsberg: – Snow chaos: Many schools are closed

TØNSBERG / OSLO (Dagbladet): An orange warning for snow has been sent to large parts of southern and eastern Norway, and one of the hardest hit places is Tønsberg.

He says parents and students should have already received a message from the school Dansbergs Flat.

The headmaster of the Kirkewall school writes that all students will be taught in teams.

– Students already in school and going to school will be observed here. The weather makes for chaotic conditions on the road, and we imagine buses will struggle to transport students, writes editor-in-chief Rikke Lillipe.

Students at Revetal Secondary School have also been asked to stay home.

– School is closed today due to the snow mess. Don't come to school! Self-employment is with lessons at home, and if you have any questions, message your subject teachers, says a message received by Tønsbergs Blad from a Revetal secondary school student.

Bus company Vestfold Kollektivtrafikk wrote on its website Wednesday morning that all buses have been canceled across Vestfold.

– They continue to drive once the separate sections they drive are plowed. School buses will run, but long delays should be expected. VKT said that information has been sent to the schools.

Lyndall Secondary School in Aktor will also be closed on Wednesday.

“IMPORTANT!!! It will be homeschool today,” begins the message sent to the student's parents.

Lister24 writes.

heavy snow

Early Wednesday morning, heavy snowfall was reported in both southern Norway and eastern Norway. Wind speed is also expected to increase.

Shortly before 08:00, Ruter's press officer, Cathrine Myhren-Haugen, says there are challenging driving conditions and slippery roads in many places in Ruter's area in Oslo and Akershus.

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– There are both delays and canceled departures, and passengers should allow plenty of time, he says.

Bane NOR is asking all employees who actually have time to participate in work to deal with the snow mess Wednesday and overnight into Thursday, they wrote in a press release.

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