More snow and ice is causing delays for the fifth day in the Tri-Cities and Yakima regions. We've got several delays and closures already this morning.

Here are the complete listings and delays so far that we've tallied for you.

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We'll keep you updated through the morning as we get more details on what schools are delayed or closed. Please drive carefully this morning and give yourself plenty of time when traveling.

Closed Schools In The Yakima and Columbia Basin Regions:

East Valley Sch. Dist.: Closed UPDATE

Selah Sch. Dist.: Closed UPDATE

Highland Sch. Dist.: Closed

West Valley Sch. Dist.: Closed. WVSD208 no school on Fri, Jan. 7 due to icy roads.

North Franklin Sch. Dist.: Closed UPDATE

Wapato Sch. Dist.: Closed. Due to rapidly changing road conditions becoming extremely slick in some areas by rain starting to fall.

Schools That Are Delayed In The Yakima and Columbia Basin Region:

Benton Franklin Head Start: Benton City only on a 2 hour delay.

Mabton Sch. Dist.: 2 Hours Late, No AM preschool

EPIC / Seedlings: All of the following Seedlings Head Start classes are in a 2-hour delay due to winter weather conditions: Castlevale, Jefferson, East Valley, East Yakima and Wide Hollow. The following EPIC/ECEAP classes are in a 2-hour delay: Fairview, Ahtanum, East Valley and Naches. OIC classes are canceled.

Union Gap Sch. Dist.: 2 Hours Late, No AM preschool. No breakfast will be served.

Grandview Sch. Dist.: 2 Hours Late. There is No Early Release today.

Columbia Sch. Dist.: 2 Hours Late, AM/PM Buses on snow routes

Granger Sch. Dist.: 2 Hours Late, No AM preschool UPDATE

Kiona-Benton City Sch. Dist.: 2 Hours Late. No AM Tri-tech

Sunnyside Sch. Dist.: 2 Hours Late, No AM preschool

Sunnyside Sch. Dist.: 2 Hours Late, No AM preschool

Wapato Sch. Dist.: Open and On-Time. AM/PM Buses using Snow Routes

Stay home, don't take chances, and stay safe.

 We'll keep the list updated as the morning progresses and we get more updates.

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