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Weather Related Service Update: Thursday, April 11, 2019

Thursday, April 11, 2019 – Despite welcoming Spring just three weeks ago, many people in the upper Midwest and Plains are experiencing severe, winter-like weather. Winter Storm Wesley swept through parts of the Midwest from Wyoming to Minnesota, bringing with it heavy snow and high winds Wednesday. As of Thursday morning, the system has caused… Continue Reading


Weather Related Service Update: 03/22/2019

Friday, March 22, 2019 – Severe flooding continues in several Midwest states, the result of recent snow melt combined with heavy rains. Rising floodwaters are impacting communities and farms, threatening levees, closing roads, affecting rail operations and devastating other critical infrastructure. Transportation and freight movements – especially by rail – have experienced significant disruptions. Service… Continue Reading


Winter Storm Diego

Winter Storm Diego impacted the Southeast over the weekend, dropping a staggering amount of snow, ice, and rain across the region. The storm was responsible for multiple deaths, thousands of power outages, and road closures/blockages.Although the worst of the storm fall is behind us, the post-storm temperatures dipping below freezing could mean more ice related… Continue Reading


Weather Related Service Update: Hurricane Michael

Friday, October 12, 2018:  Storm system Michael is expected to move off the Mid-Atlantic Coast and transition to a Post-Tropical as the storm races northward off the Northeast coastline. Heavy rain associated with Michael will clip parts of Southern New England through Friday afternoon and night. Many in the southeastern states are now attempting to… Continue Reading


Weather Related Service Update: Hurricane Florence

Monday, September 17, 2018 – Services continue to be impacted by tropical depression Florence which is producing widespread heavy rains over parts of North Carolina and northeastern South Carolina into Western Virginia. While there are no coastal or warnings in effect, flash flood watches are in effect across much of North Carolina, northern South Carolina,… Continue Reading


Dense Fog in Northern China Causes Vessel Delays

The North Chinese ports of Shanghai and Ningbo are gradually reopening after a period of dense fog caused extensive delays, the effects of which we expect to be feeling for the weeks to come. Reports indicate that an intense fog has been impacting the Shanghai and Yangtze River Delta area over the past two to… Continue Reading


Nor’easter: 03/07/2018

Wednesday, March 07, 2018 – A nor’easter will hit the East Coast hard again for the second time in less than a week, significantly impacting commuting conditions, specifically along the I-95 corridor. A combination of heavy snow and strong winds from the system may lead to more tree damage and power outages in the storm-weary… Continue Reading


Both U.S. Coasts Experiencing Severe Weather : 03/02/2018

Both coasts are bracing for major winter storms over the next several days. A nor’easter began pounding part of the US East Coast and is expected to deliver up to a foot of snow in parts of New York, Pennsylvania, and northern New England. According to the Weather Channel, the region will be hit by… Continue Reading


Weather Related Service Update – Winter Storm Jaxon

Tuesday, January 23, 2018: UPDATE– Winter Storm Jaxon’s wintry mix of snow, freezing rain, and gusty winds led to dangerous travel conditions over the Plains on Monday, resulting in the closures of many roads and some portions of major highways. The system is continuing today as it spreads snow and sleet from the upper Midwest… Continue Reading


Weather Related Service Update – Winter Storm Inga

Thursday, January 18, 2018: Update Winter Storm Inga left its mark on the South, shutting down the region with a wide swath of snow and ice from Tuesday to Thursday. As of today, some of the Southern states impacted by the system have begun to resume normalcy: power outages dwindled and roads began to reopen… Continue Reading