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Black ice possible overnight

According to the National Weather Service, patchy black ice is expected to redevelop on roads across much of the western Carolinas tonight through Friday morning as temperatures fall back below the freezing mark. Furman expects to operate on its normal schedule Friday, so those traveling to campus tomorrow morning should drive carefully and allow extra time to get to the university.

Furman will continue to monitor conditions and provide updates if needed by text and email. Updates will also be provided online at news.furman.edu and furman.edu as well as on Furman’s Twitter and Facebook pages.

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