Johns Hopkins University was closed for the second consecutive day Friday following a winter storm that dropped 6 to 10 inches of snow across the area on Thursday. The weather-related closures are the first this winter for the university.
Snowfall began soon after daybreak on Thursday and continued through the evening. The storm also ushered in bitterly cold temperatures—nearby Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport recorded a low of 10 degrees this morning, a record low temperature for March 6.
For information about weather-related changes to university operations, visit JHU's Emergency Alert web page.
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