“This is not a storm that anyone should take lightly, and I would urge all residents to plan to get to a safe place before the storm arrives Friday afternoon,” said Metro General Manager/CEO Paul J. Wiedefeld. “The actions we are taking today are all in the interest of our customers’ and employees’ safety, and will help us return to service once the storm passes and the snow is cleared.”
Our 93 year old neighbor asked if we would pick up some things for her from the store next to us. The line to check out weaved through the whole store. They had people directing the line so that people didn't bug in line. I got in line and Elder Anthony went and did the shopping.
|On our way home from teaching in Alexandria today we past the Pontiac River it had ice and snow on.|
|Crowds in Trader Joe's.|
We want to make you all aware of a snow storm that is to hit this weekend. We ask you all to make the necessary preparations today; food, water, Emergency Kits. Here is what we are expected to see with this storm:
AFTER: By this time, steady snow will be falling across the area.
AFTER: Finally, after more than a day of constant snowfall, it will begin to wind down.