[UPDATED: 2/9/17, 11:04AM by wilk and 1:46PM by Maya]
More things you need to know about the storm today:
- The RIDE’s shuttle service is cancelled tonight. If you really have to go somewhere, call PSafe at 860-685-2345.
- President Roth is in Miami, but he will be back to sled on Foss soon
- We are now expected to get anywhere from 14-18 inches, despite initial reports of 8-12.
- No igloos yet, but we expect WestCo/Bennet to pull through like last year
- SALD, the Career Center, the WSA Office, Broad Street Books, Red & Black, Star & Crescent, Late Night, the Zilkha Gallery, the package window, and the mail room are all closed
- The libraries are open
- Weswings is open from 11AM to 8PM (through the afternoon)
- Summies open only during lunch; closed for dinner
- Usdan Cafe, Pi Cafe, and Weshop all closing at 4PM
- Usdan dinner is 4:30-6:30PM
- There was ‘thundersnow’ in Orange, CT and Hartford, CT
- UConn, Quinnipiac, Southern Connecticut State University, Eastern Connecticut State University, Conn College, and Middletown Public Schools are all closed today but Wesleyan remains open!!! #THISISWHY
- We$ Hookupz 2020 has changed its name to SNOW Hookupz SNOWYSNOWY and updated its cover photo
- The “shelter in place” drill is cancelled and will be rescheduled to a later date
- This important Argus article from 2015 has been circulating on Facebook reminding students that it is especially difficult for students with disabilities when Wesleyan decides to go about business as usual during snowstorms
- Email staff[at]wesleying[dot]org with tips on the snowstorm, pictures of your snowventures, videos of you skiing/snowboarding on Foss, and the locations of your igloos
Hello, dear reader. Are you currently procrastinating your readings
, just like I am, in the hopes that tomorrow’s lovely fall of Special Snowflakes will cause classes to be cancelled? Because this post is as far from credible meteorology as it gets. You have found the right place.
So, after checking the super accurate weather app on my phone, my ~intellectual conclusion~ is that the snow will start at approximately 4 AM.
According to some other credible sources, there are some fancy words like “low pressure systems” and “evening commutes” in the reports of Winter Storm Niko. Here’s what you need to know about the storm: