LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) — As mid-Michigan reacts to a harsh ice storm that came in on Wednesday, many Lansing area businesses, offices and services may still be closed on Thursday.

If you have plans today to go out to eat, shop or run an errand, it will be a good idea to check if your destination will be open today.

The 30th Circuit Court in Lansing and 54-B District Court are closed for Thursday. Hearings will be rescheduled. The Eaton County Court will be delayed until noon, and will also reschedule hearings.

The Michigan State Capitol Building is closed for the day.

To keep track of which Secretary of State branches are affected by the weather on Thursday, visit

East Lansing offices, Ingham County offices will be open at 10 a.m. Meridian Township offices and the Harris Nature Center will open at noon. Eaton County offices will resume at noon.

The Jackson Parks and Recreation Department will be closed on Thursday.

Capital Area District Libraries branches that open at 10 a.m. will be delayed until 1 p.m. All other branches will open at their regular time.

Potter Park Zoo sent out a notice that it would be closed again on Thursday to ensure the safety of its guests, staff, and the animals.

The Lansing Art Gallery and Education Center and the Boys & Girls Club of Lansing are again closed on Thursday.

Schools across Michigan are also closed, you can keep track of which ones are closed here.

You can keep up with updates on extreme weather with the StormTracker 6 Forecast.