SCHOOLS across Hampshire and Southampton have already decided to remain shut tomorrow because of snow and ice.
Others have changed their opening times in a bid to avoid the worst of the weather conditions.
Weston Park Primary in Southampton is staying closed because its heating system has failed.
Meonstoke Church of England School is remaining shut because access to the site in Chapel Road is unsafe. Bosses expect to re-open on Tuesday.
Winnall Primary and Osborne School in Winchester, West Meon Church of England Primary and Test Valley School in Stockbridge are also staying closed for safety reasons.
Swanmore College of Technology is closed to all but staff and Year 11 pupils taking a geography GCSE exam.
Crestwood College for Business and Enterprise in Eastleigh is opening at 10am after staff had cleared snow from the site. All after school activities have been cancelled.
Only Year 10 and 11 pupils are able to go to Mountbatten School in Romsey.
A spokesman said staff would be clearing compacted snow from all paths and playgrounds so it could fully open from tomorrow.
Valentine Infant and Heathfield Junior in Southampton are starting lessons at 10.30am.
Bitterne Park School is delaying registration until 9.15am and has called a non-uniform day so pupils could wear winter clothing and shoes.
Sholing Junior is open but said pupils should not arrive before 8.45am.
Sholing Technology College and Ludlow Infant Academy in Woolston will delay opening until 10am while Regents Park Community College is opening at 10.15am.
Woolston Infant School is asking parents to bring children to the main entrance between 8.45am and 10am.
Hightown Primary, Kanes Hill Primary and St Denys Primary are all delaying opening until 10am.
Tanners Brook Infant, Newlands Primary and Mason Moor Primary said parents could bring children to the main entrance between 9am and 10am.
Thornhill Primary and Heathfield Junior are delaying opening until 10.30am.
Pupils at Sholing Junior are advised not to arrive before 8.45am.
Oakwood Junior is asking people to use the wooden gate from Sandpiper Road as paths were cleared of snow and ice.
Glenfield Infant and Beechwood Junior are open as usual but asking children to wear warm winter clothes instead of the usual uniform.
At Mansel Park Primary parents can bring children in between 9am and 10am at the main entrance.
Upper Shirley High is considering a 9.30am start to be confirmed tomorrow morning.
Chandler's Ford Infant is not opening until 10am.
Cupernham Junior and Cupernham Infant in Romsey are delaying the start of the school day until 9.15am.
Hamble Primary is opening at 9.30am to allow staff to carry out safety checks while Fair Oak Infant has cancelled its breakfast club and asked that no child be dropped off until 8.55am.
Kings Worthy Primary near Winchester is also staggering the start of the day with children being asked to arrive between 9.30am and 10am.
Fair Oak Infant School wil open as usual but breakfast club is shut.
Glenfield Infant School is open but pupils have been urged to wear warm clothing instead of uniform.
At Banister Primary the breakfast club has also been cancelled and parents have been told to send children in warm clothes with a change of clothes in case the children are able to go out at break time.
Portswood Primary is open but children can wear warm clothes and do not need to wear school uniform.
At Shirley Warren Primary and Nursery there is a staggered start:
Nursery - 9am
Reception, year 1 and 2 - 9.30am
Years 3 to 6 - 10am
Breakfast club - Normal time
St Mary's CE Voluntary Controlled Primary in Southampton is open but children whould wear warm clothes which is the same at Beechwood Juniors and Townhill Juniors.
At Oakwood Junior School parents and pupils have bee told use the wooden gate from Sandpiper Road and come into school via reception.
At Bitterne Park School registration is at 9.15am but it will be non uniform- andf pupils have been urged wear suitable winter clothing and shoes to be worn.