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FRAMINGHAM – Framingham Public Schools will be closed on Friday, February 3, due to the extreme temperatures caused by an arctic front and dangerous wind chills.

On Wednesday night, February 1, Superintendent of Schools Bob Tremblay said he was unlikely to call a snow day for cold temperatures but said he could change his mind.

Weather forecasters have said temperatures, with the wind chills ,will be 10 to 20 degrees below zero.

Framingham’s bus company NRT is short about 20 drivers for the 77 contractual routes, and NRT has been late picking up kids and getting them to school by the bell.

Worried about students at the bus stop, Supt. Tremblay made the decision to call a snow day or no school day, during the 6 o’clock hour tonight, February 2.

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