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UPDATE: University watching weather; classes still scheduled

Furman classes are scheduled to begin Monday morning, but the university was continuing to monitor the weather Sunday night.

The National Weather Service’s forecast for Monday had improved after a week of extremely low temperatures. But late Sunday, the NWS added a chance of patchy freezing drizzle beginning at 6 a.m. Monday. Faculty and staff should use caution when driving.

The university will follow developments in the weather and send text and email alerts to students, faculty and staff if Furman’s hours of operation are affected. The university will also provide updates at news.furman.edu.

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