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WVU asks students to be prepared for frigid temps

January 5, 2014
Associated Press

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia University is asking students to be prepared for frigid temperatures when they return to campus this week for the spring semester.

Residence halls open at 8 a.m. Monday and classes begin Wednesday.

The university says in a news release that students should stay indoors if possible after they arrive in Morgantown. Students are advised to wear several layers of clothing, along with coats, hats and gloves if they go outside.

The National Weather Service says temperatures in Morgantown are expected to fall to 8 degrees below zero Monday night. Tuesday's high temperature is expected to be 4 degrees.

Wednesday's outlook is warmer, with a high temperature of 29 degrees.

 
 

 

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