The University closed earlyon Mondaydue to inclement weather.

The closures come as the east coast prepares for Winter Storm Juno, which has already caused thousands of flight cancellations nationwide. The National Weather Service expects snow accumulations of 12-16 inches for the Princeton area.

An email from the Princeton Telephone and E-mail Notification System to the University communityon Mondaysaid the campus would closeat3:30 p.m.for“nonessential personnel.”

Students are currently on break for Intersession, and classes are not being held this week.

Frist Campus Center will remain open until10 p.m., and Whitman Dining Hall will remain open for dinnerfrom5-8 p.m.

Undergraduate Student Government president Shawon Jackson '15 said Wintersession classes, which are personal enrichment classes offered in the last week of January, will be moved or canceled only if the instructor decides to do so. He added that students enrolled in Wintersession courses should look for emails from their instructors.

TigerTransit buses will end their regular serviceat5 p.m., and the Campus Circulator buses will run on a limited schedulefrom5-8 p.m.Athletic and recreational facilities will be closed.

The PTENS message said that the University will post an update about the campus closure by10 p.m.on its homepage and on the SNOW line at (609) 258-SNOW.

An email from Mayor Liz Lempert to members of the press said the town council meeting scheduled for 5 p.m. today was canceled.

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