ALG Connect:Winter Storm Heather to Bring Snow, Ice to Parts Of South And East

Winter Storm Heather to Bring Snow, Ice to Parts Of South And East

Winter Storm Heather will tap into fresh arctic air as it tracks across the South and East early this week, resulting in a wintry mess of snow and ice that could create dangerous travel conditions in some areas. Parts of the Northeast will end their 700+ day snowless streak. Snow, ice and freezing rain are coming down across the Southeast, especially in the Tennessee Valley. Snow coated Nashville Sunday evening. Freezing drizzle has been seen across parts of Central Texas and northern Louisiana. Snow is also arriving in the mid-Atlantic, including Washington, DC and Baltimore, where delays on the roads are occurring on the I-95 corridor.

Winter storm warnings have been issued by the National Weather Service from northeast Texas, Texas Hill Country, and southeast Oklahoma eastward through much of the lower Mississippi Valley, Tennessee Valley and southern Appalachians. Austin, Texas, and Memphis, Nashville and Knoxville, Tennessee, are included.

Roadways in these areas could be dangerous through Monday night or even longer in some areas where snow and ice remain on untreated surfaces. More winter weather advisories have been issued from much of Texas into other parts of the South into the mid-Atlantic and Northeast. Snow and ice in these areas could also make travel slick.

We recognize the severe impact that current conditions are having on our customers, and we are committed to restoring service levels as quickly as possible. As a result of these weather issues, the ALG Client Service Team will send daily updates as we monitor the progress and track job level impact.