The National Weather Service is warning of a winter storm today that “will far surpass anything that we’ve seen, probably for the last several years.” The combination of snow, extreme cold, and possibly damaging winds will make travel extremely hazardous. The storm will begin in the north and move south, hitting Salt Lake City later this afternoon.
Please watch the weather reports and be prudent in your travels.
This is a Y-Alert. As you were informed earlier, a major blizzard warning has been issued by the National Weather Service. Because of the severity of this expected storm, BYU will close campus at 3 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010. All classes should be canceled after this time.
Campus will be closed on Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2010, except for essential services as determined by unit supervisors. If you have questions about specific locations or events, we encourage you to contact the respective organization.
At this time, the men’s and women’s basketball games are still scheduled.
I’ll spare you any sarcasm about the basketball games. Please be careful out there. I’ll be so very pissed if you die. You know this.
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Phew! I am so relieved that basketball could continue!
But May, BYU ball is God’s game. Surely all the road will melt before them that venture out to the game and a pillar of fire will lead them by night….
Happy Thanksgiving. Happy Half-Biday. Happy kissing!