U of M-Twin Cities cancels classes Wednesday due to winter weather forecast

The University of Minnesota cancelled Wednesday's classes due to an upcoming winter storm. (University of Minnesota/@UMNews)

The University of Minnesota is cancelling classes Wednesday at its Twin Cities campus due to an incoming snowstorm.

The University will be entering what it calls “reduced operations” Tuesday night at 11 p.m., meaning only “essential” employees have to report to work. 

All classes will be cancelled Wednesday as a result of the reduced operations. Campus operations will resume at 12:01 a.m. Thursday.

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