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Frigid temperatures could keep school kids inside

4:08 PM, Jan. 20, 2013
Schools will monitor the weather to make sure it isn't too cold for recess, as temperatures are expected to dip near zero in coming days.
Schools will monitor the weather to make sure it isn't too cold for recess, as temperatures are expected to dip near zero in coming days.
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Local school officials will keep an eye on thermometers in coming days to make sure children can safely spend recess outside in super cold temperatures.

The Green Bay School District, like other local districts, keeps students inside if temperatures or wind chills dip below zero. Monday's high is expected to be about 3, the lowest daytime high the area has seen all year, according to the National Weather Service. Tuesday's high temperature is also expected to be about 5. High temperatures are expected to climb into the mid-teens by Wednesday.

Safety is a concern for the school district and ...

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