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MU Campus Road & Sidewalk Conditions Last Updated: 02/27/2015 2:25 PM


Forecast
Snow is likely to start Saturday between 3-5 PM with chances for snow ending between 7-9 PM on Sunday. Between 3-5 inches of total snow is possible with the peak period for snow fall between 3-11 AM on Sunday. Pavements will rise above freezing between 9-11 AM on Saturday and will drop below freezing between 5-7 PM also on Saturday.
The high temperature on Saturday will be near 30 degrees with a low into Sunday near 27 degrees. The high on Sunday will be near 35 degrees with a low into Monday near 21 degrees.
Rain is likely on Monday and Tuesday with warming temperatures.

Action Plans
CF will monitor the forecast and send out revised information as needed. CF staff are on Standby starting Saturday and will respond as necessary.
All other departments should plan to remove snow starting Saturday and on Sunday as conditions warrant.
MUPD will monitor campus and advise CF of any hazards.

Campus Conditions
The campus is passable at this time.

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