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How can you view schools closings in Indiana?

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The most reliable sources for viewing school closings in Indiana are weather channel websites, on which schools, churches and businesses post when their activities are closed or delayed due to inclement weather. These are updated periodically throughout the day as the weather conditions change and evolve.

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As of 2015, several different weather channels post school closings in Indiana on their websites: The Indy Channel, Channel 13 WHTR, WNDU 16, and Fox on Channel 59. In addition, these channels usually have a text banner running along the bottom of the screen on the television, which lists school closings organized by county.

Many weather channels post school closings on their social media pages, such as Facebook and Twitter. Channel WNDU 16 also offers the option for individuals to sign up to receive text alerts about school closings and delays in their specific areas. This is accomplished by clicking the Sign Up For Closing Text Alerts link on Closings page of WNDU.com, and filling out a form with an email address, mobile phone number, name, ZIP code and date of birth. This service, as well as email notifications, is also offered on Cancellations.com, for Indiana and for other regions in the United States.

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