As many of us Chicagoans drove into work today, we heard on the radio that a blizzard is heading our way. We are to expect anywhere from 18" to 24" of snow or more over the next few days. This is the most snow we've had since January of 1999, or possibly even the Chicago blizzard of 1967. Below is part of an article by NBC that tells the story:
A blizzard watch and lakeshore flood watch are in effect for the Chicago area starting noon Tuesday through noon Wednesday in anticipation of 18 inches of snow.
Snow could begin developing as early as tonight, with accumulation of up to 3 inches. According to NBC Chicago's Andy Avalos, steady snow will begin Tuesday afternoon and continue into the evening and overnight. Heavy snowfall trounces the Chicago area Wednesday and could total more than 2 feet before ending.
While everyone prepares for the coming snow, remember that we are hear to help you work from home. We offer solutions that are easy to use, and you can access your online content from anywhere! If you have a telephone, computer and internet connection you can easily work from the comfort of your home, and save money while doing it. Some sources are calling the blizzard "Life Threatening", so if you are unsure of what to do, just give us a call.
I hope everyone stays safe and warm,
Daniel Ripperden, Strategic Account Executive
Great America Networks Conferencing, LLC
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Lemont, Illinois 60439
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