snow-covered sculptureBaby, it’s cold outside: Figures in Hans Schleeh’s bronze sculpture “Embrace” seem to huddle for warmth Tuesday outside Chrysler Hall. Record low temperatures are slated to continue today.

Campus heating struggles to combat cold

Record low temperatures have strained campus heating capacity, making it difficult to maintain a comfortable environment inside some UWindsor buildings, reports Facility Services.

Its staff reminds students, faculty and staff to be prepared for variable indoor temperatures, and dress appropriately—layering so that outer clothing can be removed if necessary.

In addition to uncommonly heavy snow accumulation, Windsor is suffering record cold temperatures, and doubling down with wind chill that makes the air feel like -40 degrees. The constant opening and closing of doors to the outside makes it difficult to regulate temperatures in campus buildings.