UWG is Monitoring Winter Weather
Last Updated Saturday, Dec. 24, at 8 a.m.
Due to the below-freezing temperatures that are forecasted through Monday, the University of West Georgia is monitoring weather conditions to ensure your safety. Current models indicate extremely cold temperatures and strong wind gusts, causing a below-zero wind chill. The university is currently scheduled to be open through the weekend; as conditions develop, we will continue to monitor the forecast and provide updates as needed.
Students, if you are planning to remain in your on-campus residence hall this weekend, please complete this brief Google Form so that Housing and Residence Life can contact you quickly in case of an emergency.
Please remain weather-aware through Monday, Dec. 26. Below are links to ensure you are informed of and prepared for a potential weather event:
- UWG Alert Webpage
- National Weather Service – Website and Twitter
- Carroll County Emergency Management
- City of Newnan
- City of Douglasville
While we are not expecting this to become a significant weather event, we urge you to exercise caution if you plan to be outside. Dress in layers for extra warmth, and check road conditions before you travel.
Stay warm, and Go Wolves!
Emergency Information and Instructions
In the event of an emergency, please contact 911.
- UWG Fast Command - Learn more about the University of West Georgia's official Digital Disaster Response System.
- LiveSafe App - LiveSafe is the free mobile safety app for the University of West Georgia.
- Current Conditions (Carrollton)
- Graphical Forecast (Georgia)
- Hourly Weather Forecast (Carrollton)
- Radar/NEXRAD from the National Weather Service (Local)
- Radar/NEXRAD from the National Weather Service (Regional)