The weather outside is frightful, but for a few hours Thursday evening at the University of Utah it wasn't particularly delightful indoors either.
On Thursday, some buildings on the campus of Utah's flagship university were only heated to between 50 and 60 degrees. Parts of the school also had reduced hot water. Buildings west of the Eccles Broadcast Center were impacted.
The frostier conditions were the result of a reduced natural gas supply.
However, the situation was resolved by about 7:45 p.m. Thursday, according to U. spokeswoman Valoree Dowell. She added that buildings were being re-heated Thursday and indoor temperatures would be back to normal Friday.