Classes canceled for weather at CSU

Sam Lounsberry

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(Photos by Kate Simmons.)


Update 2:45 p.m.: Most Transfort routes will be resuming operations, according to a text message from the service. Riders should expect delays due to weather and road conditions. Check their website or call (970) 221-6620 for start times. 

Update 11:15 a.m.: All Transfort bus routes will end at noon today due to road conditions, according to a text sent out by the service. For more ride alerts, check their website or call (970) 221-6620.

Original story: All classes and activities on CSU campus have been canceled today, March 23, an email from the Public Safety team said at 7:05 a.m. Wednesday morning.

Heavy winds gusting at over 40 miles per hour will be blowing snowfall that is expected to accumulate at 2-3 inches per hour through the morning hours, according to Google Public Alerts.

The National Weather Service issued a blizzard warning for Northeastern Colorado, including areas of Larimer County under 6,000 feet, until 6 p.m. Wednesday night.

In its email, the Public safety Team advised to check CSU webpages at or for updates on the status of operations at the university.

This is the second snow day of CSU’s academic year.

Check back with the Collegian for updates.