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Freezing rain and periods of sleet are expected to continue through tonight, and temperatures are not projected to get above freezing until Saturday afternoon. At day break, roads are expected to have significant ice.

Campus transit remains suspended due to hazardous conditions, but officials will assess the situation Saturday morning. Bus service will resume once roads are deemed safe. Check real-time bus status on Duke TransLoc.

Here are other campus impacts at this time:

  • All Duke Recreation facilities will remain closed Saturday.
  • Duke Vans, the free, on-demand van transportation service from dusk to dawn, is not operating. However, vans will continue to provide transportation to essential Health System caregivers, including the 7 a.m. shift. Through 7 p.m. today, 92 caregivers have been transported through van services.
  • The Duke Divinity School Library and Fuqua’s Ford Library are closed Saturday. Visit the Duke University Libraries website for updated hours and information.
  • Saturday’s home men’s tennis match between No. 23 Duke and No. 27 California has been postponed, but Duke will still serve as regional hosts for the eighth annual ITA Kick-Off Weekend. Saturday’s match between No. 19 San Diego and No. 26 Vanderbilt is set to be played at 12 p.m. The regional championship remains at its originally scheduled time of 1 p.m. Sunday, with the winner advancing to the 2016 ITA National Men’s Team Indoor Championships.

During the course of this weather event, please continue to check the status of operations for dining, parking, transit and stores on the following website.