Friday, January 10th, 2020
While the temperatures have not been bitter cold, and we’ve had calmer winter weather than what we’re used to, we still have to pay close attention when we travel. We have received a few “whiteout” snow squall alerts lately. Always be prepared, and if you happen to get a warning for a snow squall the best thing to do is to pull over and let it pass. A snow squall typically lasts only a few minutes, although in those few minutes you can get a significant snow accumulation, so it’s still best and suggested to just pull over and allow these “whiteouts” to just pass by.