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​Lebanon School Resource Officer Greg Parthum, right, and the school district's I.T. systems administrator Dan Hohmann look at burst #heating #pipes in an office at Lebanon High School on Tuesday. The broken pipes were discovered on Monday and administrators canceled classes Tuesday. (#Oxbow High School in Bradford, Vt., also closed on Tuesday morning after a number of buses #froze, and several other #UpperValley schools had delays. School is back on today.) Meanwhile, both #Vermont and #NewHampshire have issued #emergency declarations, allowing the temporary suspension of a federal rule limiting how much time #fuel drivers can spend on the road because of a huge spike in demand, and supply stores reported a shortage of space #heaters. The National #Weather Service predicts the #temperatures in Lebanon will drop to -15 degrees on Friday night, with a high of 5 degrees during the day. On Saturday, the city is expected to see a high of -3, with a projected low of -19 that night. ➡️ More at www.vnews.com. Link in profile. ⬅️ (Valley News – James M. Patterson @james.m.patterson) ​#vnewsuv #lebnh #nh #vt #603 #802 #upval #photojournalism #cold #coldsnap #freezing #frigid #bundleup #❄️

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