Snow-covered traffic signals at an intersection in south Windsor are shown in this February 2016 file photo.
Dan Janisse / Windsor Star
Despite calm skies and no weather advisories from Environment Canada, all student transportation in the city and county was cancelled for Wednesday.Buses for both the Greater Essex County District School Board and the Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board did not run — although schools remained open as normal.According to Environment Canada’s weather measuring station at Windsor’s airport, snow fell during the early morning, with total amounts for Wednesday estimated at two to four centimetres.Temperatures remained below freezing throughout the day, dropping to a low of -13 C overnight.The wind chill made it feel like -15 C all day Wednesday.Windsor police dealt with a collision on Walker Road south of the E. C. Row Expressway around 7 a.m.There were also collisions on westbound E. C. Row at Central Avenue, and on Lauzon Parkway at the westbound E. C. Row on-ramp — both just before 9 a.m.Traffic was also snarled on Wyandotte Street West at Bruce Avenue due to a collision around 9:20 a.m. The roadway was cleared around 11 a.m.There’s no snow in Thursday’s forecast for Windsor-Essex, but a chance of flurries should return on Friday night.All student transportation today – morning and afternoon – has been cancelled – schools are open— GECDSB PR (@gecdsbpro) February 27, 2019All school buses in both the city and the county are cancelled today due to weather. Please don’t forget to call the school’s office if your child will be absent. pic.twitter.com/FZCAajuYwR— WECDSB (@WECDSB) February 27, 2019