WSU Pullman has returned to normal operations. All campus activities are on the regular schedule.
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Operations at Washington State University’s Pullman campus will be suspended for the rest of the day today, January 18, 2017, due to inclement weather.
Employees who have reported to work please take care when returning to home. Recommendation is to wait until temperatures rise and before temperatures drop again. Please “Take it slow on ice and snow” and use extreme caution on sidewalks and roadways.
Human Resource Services is open today with limited staffing to answer questions. 509-335-4521.
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Pullman campus operations delayed 2 hours until 10:00am. Classes prior to 10:00am cancelled.
Roadways and sidewalks on the WSU PULLMAN campus and surrounding areas are ice-covered and slippery. Use caution when driving and walking. Allow extra time and stopping distance. Take conditions into account for safety.
Freezing rain advisory remains in effect from 9AM this morning to 4PM this afternoon. Ice accumulations between a trace to a few hundreths. A band of very light wintry precipitation arrives this morning after 10AM coming in the form of freezing rain, sleet or snow. Any sleet or freezing rain will lead to very slick roads and walkways. This will cause travel difficulties. Be prepared for slippery roads and walkways. Slow down and use caution while driving and walking along sidewalks.
Rain and snowmelt may cause localized flooding issues this week.
A change in the weather pattern this week will bring above freezing
temperatures to much of the region and the potential for significant
rainfall to far eastern Washington. With widespread low elevation snow
across the Palouse, there is the possibility for small stream and urban
flooding with this weather pattern.
Temperatures are expected be above freezing from Tuesday through
Thursday. The system is also expected to bring about three inches
of rain to the Palouse region.
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Dense fog advisory in effect until 10AM this morning. Visibility may be less than a quarter mile, creating treacherous driving conditions. Drivers plan for poor visibility and slick roads. If you are driving, slow down, use your headlights and leave plenty of distance ahead of you.
Active winter weather returns to the region this weekend. A moist Pacific storm system will bring light snow to the region tonight before a second round of heavier precipitation Sunday afternoon into Sunday night. This storm will bring accumulating snow followed by a messy wintry mix of precipitation to much of the Eastern Columbia Basin by Sunday afternoon and evening.
ICE ACCUMULATIONS…A TRACE TO ONE TENTH OF AN INCH. HIGHEST ICE
ACCUMULATION EXPECTED ON HIGHWAY 395 FROM RITZVILLE TO CONNELL.
* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS…2 TO 5 INCHES ALONG AND NORTH OF INTERSTATE
90 WITH LOCAL AMOUNTS UP TO 6 INCHES POSSIBLE COEUR D`ALENE
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