UPDATED 5 P.M. JAN. 27, 2014:
Classes at the University of Chicago will proceed as scheduled Tuesday, Jan. 28; members of the University community should continue to take precautions against cold and wind.
Current weather forecasts predict the lowest temperatures of this current cold snap will arrive early Tuesday morning. Temperatures are expected to moderate through the day, however. For that reason, the Laboratory Schools will all open two hours later than normal Tuesday. For details and logistics, please consult ucls.uchicago.edu after 5:15 p.m. Monday.
For more information and weather advisories, please see http://www.crh.noaa.gov/lot/.
Classes proceed; caution advised in cold and windy weather
JAN. 26, 2014
Classes at the University of Chicago will proceed as scheduled Monday, Jan. 27, but students, faculty and staff are urged to use caution in what are forecast to be extremely cold and windy conditions.
Exposed skin should be covered when walking out of doors, and extra layers are recommended. Temperatures are expected to drop during the day Monday, with the extreme cold continuing into Tuesday. For more information and weather advisories, please see http://www.crh.noaa.gov/lot/.
The Laboratory Schools also will be open Monday. Individual events or activities may be affected by the weather, however, so all are urged to check with the appropriate offices, faculty or supervisors with questions about particular functions at the University or the Laboratory Schools.