Monday, January 28, 2008

Inclement Weather Alert

The University of Washington Bothell has canceled all classes and suspended operations for Monday, January 28. Students, faculty, staff, and visitors should not be on campus until this suspension is lifted. This message will be updated as conditions change. Please check back for updates.

As you can clearly see from the picture of my front yard, there is so much snow on the ground that school officials have decided that it is too dangerous to risk our lives by attempting to travel to/from school. This is only annoying because I woke up early to finish a paper before my first class. Since there is no class (due to snow) I have an extra 3 hours to get it done and email it to the prof.


Trebonte said...

I on the other hand actually have snow on my yards. Not that much but it certainly isn't over glorified frost. I'm willing to bet that Bothell actually has some "real" snow.

Now whether it's worth canceling classes or not, I don't know. I'm not going to complain either way.

Neemund said...

I'm just under 100 feet below sealevel. I think you're around 600. UWB is just over 100 feet I believe. Altitude makes a difference.