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JULIAN, Calif. – Two San Diego County school districts have canceled classes Wednesday for a snow day, the county’s Office of Education said.

The closures impact students in the Julian Union and the Julian Union High school districts, Music Watson, chief of staff for the Office Education said in an emailed statement. Additionally, classes will have a delayed start Thursday because of snow.

The National Weather Service reported Tuesday that Julian had 2.72 inches of precipitation as a winter storm wreaked havoc on much of San Diego County. There was a slight chance of snow showers late Tuesday in Julian with temperatures Wednesday only expected to reach a high of 39 degrees, the NWS forecast shows.

No other districts have announced weather-related closures as of 10:45 p.m.