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UPDATE: Winter Weather Advisory

Updated Jan. 16, 2017 at 10:20 p.m.

Georgia Tech’s Office of Emergency Preparedness is monitoring the overnight weather forecast — limited snowfall and freezing temperatures — which may create hazardous travel conditions. A decision regarding classes and operations for Wednesday, January 17, will follow an assessment of campus and surrounding areas. Any change in normal operations will be announced by 5 a.m. to the Georgia Tech community via GTENS, among other channels. If there is no GTENS announcement, normal schedules apply.

The safety of Tech students and employees is of utmost concern. Commuters who are limited by the impact of the weather should make alternate arrangements with instructors and/or supervisors as necessary. To review the Institute’s procedures for hazardous weather, visit:

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