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EVPL Closure Extends Through Tuesday Due to Wintry Weather Conditions

All Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library locations will continue to be closed through Tuesday due to wintry weather conditions.

Posted: Feb 16, 2021 1:36 PM
Updated: Feb 16, 2021 1:46 PM

The Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library has extended its closure of all locations through Tuesday due to winter weather in the area.

The library branch's closure also means that the AARP sessions scheduled at EVPL for Tuesday are also canceled. Information regarding the rescheduling of the tax appointments can be found here.

More: EVPL Partners With AARP to Offer Tax Aide Sessions to the Community

All EVPL branches were also closed Monday, as winter weather blanketed the Tri-State area. 

Originally, EVPL had planned to resume limited in-person services on Monday - but due to the branch's closures, that's been put on hold too.

With the possibility of more snowfall heading into Wednesday and Thursday, it's unclear as to whether or not EVPL's closure will be extended further.

While the closure continues, interested individuals can find a number of digital resources on the EVPL website.


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We're tracking more active weather that's expected to hit our area early to late afternoon. All eyes are on a cold front moving in from the northwest. It looks as though some of the storms embedded within this line of rainfall may produce both wind gusts in excess of 40 or 50 mph along with pockets of large hail. As a result, the Storm Prediction Center of America has placed the majority of the Tri-State under a "1" on the Threat index for this afternoon and early evening. Our far southwestern communities are under a Slight Risk "2" - those communities include portions of Illinois (Saline, Hamilton, Gallatin, White, Hardin Counties) and Kentucky (Union, Crittenden, Caldwell Counties).
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