If you live in the Philadelphia metro area, you’re probably getting hit with some snow right about now (particularly if you live or work in Bucks County, where we are currently getting a steady dumping here in Warminster). And it seems like it’s snowing more heavily than predicted, but then again, what fun would life be with a perfect weather forecast all the time?
As we here at APCON gear up in case we have to get to work plowing or salting or sanding parking lots and roads, we wanted to share some info for being prepared for snow fall. Check out the links below for your one-stop-shop on all things related to the flaky white stuff:
-“16 Cardinal Rules on Snow Shoveling”: Popular Mechanics gives the “scoop” on how to shovel snow in your driveway
-“Driving in Snow and Ice”: Weather.com serves up some helpful tips on driving in hazardous winter weather
-“How to Remove Snow from Your Car”: This AAA video demonstrates proper ways to clearing snow off your automobile
-And what good would a blog post about snow be without an article on “How to Make the Perfect Snowball” (from the UK, of all places)?
We hope these areticles are helpful to you. If you’re out driving or shoveling (or throwing snowballs), please do so carefully.
And fear not fellow Delaware Valley-ans, it looks like the snow should be melting in the next day or two as the sun returns and gets temps back into the 40s. Or at least so they say…