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MU Campus Road & Sidewalk Conditions Last Updated: 12/17/2014 3:30 PM

Snow developing overnight Wednesday into Thursday, starting between Midnight and 2 AM and end between 9-11 AM Thursday. An accumulation of 1-2 inches of snow is possible. Freezing drizzle is likely in the area between 9 AM and Noon Thursday, followed by drizzle until Midnight Thursday. Only trace amounts of either type of drizzle are expected.
The low temperature Wednesday night will be near 29 degrees and we may reach 35 degrees for a high temperature on Thursday. Thursday's overnight low into Friday will be near 29 degrees. Pavement temperatures will drop below freezing Wednesday night between 9-11 PM before rising above freezing Thursday between 10 AM and Noon.

Action Plans
Only several critical areas will be pre-treated this afternoon. CF staff will report to campus at 5 AM tomorrow to clear the campus of snow. CF will monitor the freezing drizzle and apply ice melting chemicals as needed.
All other departments with snow/ice removal responsibilities should be prepared to respond to conditions early Thursday morning.
MUPD will monitor the campus and advise CF of any developing hazards.

Campus Conditions
The campus is clear at this time.

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