Thursday closures due to possible severe weather

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NORTHWEST FLORIDA (WJHG/WECP) - GULF COUNTY:
Gulf District Schools will be closed on Thursday.

"Due to the severe lines of thunderstorms that are forecast to impact our area, overnight, and into the school day tomorrow, the decision has been made to close all Gulf schools tomorrow, February 6," said Superintendent Jim Norton.

PanCare clinics and offices are closed as well.

LIBERTY COUNTY:
Superintendent David Summers said Liberty County Schools plans to close Thursday because of the weather.

PanCare clinics and offices are closed.

CALHOUN COUNTY:
Superintendent Darryl Taylor said Calhoun County Schools will be closed on Thursday due to severe weather concerns.

PanCare clinics and offices are closed.

BAY COUNTY:
Bay District Schools announced school closures for all district schools Thursday due to the possibility of severe weather.

"I believe it's best to err on the side of caution given the risk of flooding, up to 6 inches of rain and severe storms," Superintendent Bill Husfelt said. "So many of our families are still dealing with so much after the storm," he said, "I don't want them to worry about the safety of their students tomorrow [Thursday]."

Bay District Schools will make an announcement Thursday morning regarding sports practices and games.

Gulf Coast State College will be closed too.

According to a press release, "There will be no classes, college services or activities at any of our campuses (Panama City/Main Campus, North Bay Campus, Gulf/Franklin Campus and Tyndall Education Center)."

FSU PC will also be closed Thursday.

Gulf Coast School for Autism will be closed too.

Boys and Girls Club locations across Bay County will be closed Thursday.

PanCare clinics and offices are closed.

HOLMES COUNTY:
Holmes County Schools will be closed Thursday due to the threat of severe weather and hazardous road conditions.

PanCare clinics and offices are closed.

JACKSON COUNTY:
Jackson County schools will be closed Thursday due to the predicted time possible severe weather will hit the area. Superintendent Larry Moore said in a press release the safety of students and employees is of the utmost importance.

PanCare clinics and offices are closed.

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