King's monitors Environment Canada forecasts around the clock for weather affecting the campus and its operations.

2 p.m. EDT Thursday, February 17, 2022

Due to anticipated weather conditions, evening classes at King’s University College will not be held in-person tonight. Please check with your professor about the class moving online or if it is cancelled. King’s campus remains open including the Library, King Student Life Centre and residences.

Please check the King's Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts for the most up-to-date information.

In monitoring severe weather, the following terminology may be a useful guide.

  1. ADVISORY – Actual or expected weather conditions may cause inconvenience or concern but do not pose a serious threat.
  2. WATCH – Conditions are favourable for the development of severe weather.
  3. WARNING – Severe weather is occurring or is highly probable.  Weather warnings may be issued from six to twelve hours in advance.  Severe thunderstorm or tornado warnings are sometimes issued as little as one hour or less in advance.  Weather warnings may be issued for thunderstorms, tornados, freezing rain, frost, wind, dust-storm, blizzards, heavy snowfall, winter storms, wind chill.