The winter storm Juno forcast was inaccurate at best.
For the Big Apple, the great Blizzard of 2015 was forecast to rival the paralyzing 1888 storm, dubbed the White Hurricane. Up to three feet of snow was predicted. Reality: About 10 inches. Read more of what Washington Post had to say about it.
Post updated January 27 2015.
Winter storm Juno is expected to reach the Northeast region with blizzard like conditions including wind gusts up to 55mph, snow fall accumulations 1-3 feet. Check back here for LTL carrier status updates or follow Freightview on Twitter.
New York Governer announces tractor/trailer bans
Governor Cuomo Announces Tractor Trailer Bans on Portions of I-90, I-81, I-390 and I-690 in Upstate New York http://t.co/aIUVyJ2LfV— Freightview (@freightview) January 26, 2015
YRC LTL weather related terminal closures
.@YRCFreightLTL weather related terminal closures http://t.co/DK4HW36Zo5 Latest updates on LTL carrier statuses here http://t.co/3oFJWXBZoJ— Freightview (@freightview) January 26, 2015
ABF Freight lane service interruptions
.@abftoday lane service interruptions http://t.co/2IYggZdEkx For latest LTL carrier updates check here http://t.co/3oFJWXBZoJ— Freightview (@freightview) January 26, 2015