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Incline schools on two-hour delay Friday morning, winter bus stops in effect; Douglas County on 90-minute delay

Snow hit the Lake Tahoe Basin hard Thursday and the roads are still recovering Friday morning.

Due to icy, snowy roads and weather conditions, all Washoe County schools are on a two-hour delay Friday morning, which includes Incline Village, and winter bus stops will be in effect.

All Douglas County schools are on a 90-minute delay.


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