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Midnight Clear In Effect For Tuesday And Wednesday Night

In preparation for the incoming snow, the Office of Physical Plant has declared a “Midnight Clear” from midnight Tuesday night through 7 a.m. Wednesday morning, and also midnight Wednesday through 7 a.m. Thursday morning.

Parking will be prohibited at all faculty and student surface parking lots on campus so that snow removal can be done during these times.

Students who have their cars parked in resident student parking lots should leave their cars in those spots. Overnight parking will be available in all parking decks (except on the roof), along with several other designated lots on campus.

To help clarify which lots will be affected by the Midnight Clear, you can check out this map that the University has provided. It is reported that the State College area can be hit with anywhere from 8-12 inches of snow and ice in the next couple of days.

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