The temperature in Keizer dropped below freezing overnight as the city got another light dusting of snow.

As a result, some institutions and government offices are opening late Monday or not at all.

And the National Weather Service is forecasting another front to move through Monday night that could deliver up to 3 inches of snow.

“For the rest of the week, temperatures will remain well below normal. Overnight lows for most lower elevations will remain in the 20s. Afternoon high temperatures will struggle to reach very far beyond the lower 30s, if at all,” according to the weather service.

“With these very cold temperatures, frostbite and hypothermia will occur much faster. If outdoors, remember to dress in layers and cover exposed skin,” the weather service said.

The high temperature in Salem was 35 on Sunday and is forecast to just reaching the freezing mark on Monday. Lows will be in the 20s the next few nights, with Wednesday night forecast to be the coldest at 23.

The latest road conditions and traffic cameras from around Oregon are available on Oregon Trip Check.

Here are announcements about closures and delayed openings:

State offices: Open at 10 a.m. Monday in the Salem area but the announcement doesn’t cover courts of legislative offices.

Chemeketa Community College: There will be no remote or face to face classes or services. 

Salem Academy: Closed, childcare canceled

Salem-Keizer School District: All meal sites and district offices closed. 

Oregon State University: The Corvallis campus will be closed.

Bridgeway Recovery Services: All outpatient services will open at 10:00am. Residential and Detox are open and accepting patients. 

Family Building Blocks: All locations closed.

OCDC Headstart: Marion County sites closed.

Cherriots: Routes 26 and 27 are not operating until further notice. Route 16 will not serve stops on Brush College, Doaks Ferry, and Ochard Heights. Route 6 will not serve outbound stops on Battle Creek, Reed, and Baxter.