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Tuesday, February 12, 2013 | The Cavalier Daily

Three-Day Weather Forecast

Provided by the Cavalier Weather Service

TODAY High of 57˚

TONIGHT Low of 33˚

TOMORROW High of 47˚


Beautiful day with sunny skies and a west wind between 10 to 15 mph

Clouds return for the evening with a calm west wind around 5 mph

Cloudy skies with a chance of rain and snow

Mostly cloudy with a continuing chance of rain and snow, clearing out before the morning

High pressure builds in through today, bringing us a brief break from the cold and clouds. Low pressure will return to the area Wednesday, bringing clouds and a chance of some wintry mix throughout the day. Temperatures will gradually decline through the week, starting off in the low upper 50s and ending in the upper 30s.


WEDNESDAY High of 50˚ Mostly sunny skies with temperatures rising into the low 50s To receive Cavalier Weather Service forecasts via email, contact


Waterline causes delays

Construction delays at the intersection of McCormick Road and Newcomb Drive closed the area to traffic Sunday and reduced it to one lane for part of Monday. The project took longer than expected due to complications in reinstalling a water service line, said Jay Klingel, the director of operations for Facilities Management. As a part of the replacement of the McCormick Road Bridge, workers had to move the pipe-

line from under the bridge to below Emmett Street, Klingel said. The final tie-in to connect the water service line was scheduled for last Thursday evening, Klingel said, but the workers ran into trouble re-accessing some of the valves and piping joints. Many residents were frustrated by the early morning road work. “They had jack hammers at seven in the morning while I was sleeping and

it make me very angry,” said second-year College student Olivia Fowkes, who lives in Old Dorms near the construction. “I feel like the construction takes forever.” The job was completed Monday and McCormick Road was repaved by the end of the afternoon. The delay is not expected to hinder the overall progress of the bridge’s reconstruction, which they hope to complete by July 20. —compiled by Alia Sharif

Dillon Harding | Cavalier Daily

Repairs to a waterline shut down McCormick Road to traffic Sunday.

Warner | Democrat

calls for cooperation Continued from page A1 the interest groups in Washington.” Warner said despite the high-flown rhetoric, he was confident the economic crisis was solvable. “I think our economy is poised for a dramatic recovery,” he said. He added that the federal government had

already proposed one-third of the necessary cuts for his $4 trillion plan. In closing, Sen. Warner quoted Winston Churchill : “You can always count on the Americans to do the right thing — after they’ve tried everything else.” After a pause he added, “Well, we’ve tried everything else. Now it’s time to do the right thing.”


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