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Published March 13, 2019
The National Weather Service blizzard warning remains in effect until 6 p.m. MDT Thursday. This storm system is expected to continue to bring extremely dangerous blizzard conditions to the area. All University of Wyoming classes, labs and activities are canceled tomorrow, Thursday, March 14. Washakie Dining Center, High Altitude Performance Center and Training Table, and residence halls remain open. All other university activities and events are canceled.
Buses will not run tomorrow. The Wyoming Union, Half Acre Recreation and Wellness Center, Coe Library, and the Early Childhood and Education Center will be closed.
Essential staff will be contacted by their supervisors with instructions to maintain critical services. Those who have traveled to Laramie should carefully evaluate staying in Laramie until the highways open and it is safe to travel.
Campus is expected to be operating on a normal schedule Friday, March 14. Changes to normal operating schedules are communicated using the UW Alert text message system. Faculty, staff and students should register for UW Alert at www.getrave.com/login/uwyo.
For up-to-date weather information, visit the National Weather Service storm watch for Albany County at: https://alerts.weather.gov/cap/wwaatmget.php?x=WYC001&y=1. For up-to-date road information, visit the Wyoming travel information website at www.wyoroad.info. Always check road conditions before extended travel.