In just a very short span of time, here in Southeastern Massachusetts, we have witnessed the white fluff of a January winter dusting turn to high winds and images of a pending horrific event heading our way.
New York City has called for up to 30 inches of snow, Philadelphia is getting slammed - there is a second band heading towards Philadelphia. Winds are so strong in Philadelphia up to 30 miles a hour gusts.
Stay safely inside, stay off the roads, this is a serious event, lovely to look at from inside your homes!
In Massachusetts the potential has not been disclosed yet but with coastal flooding a huge possibility it is important to be careful and take your emergency precautions!
* Stay off the road!
* Charge your cellphones!
* Do your safety checks on your elderly and handicapped friends, family and neighbors!
* Put your emergency lighting in close reach, flashlights, batteries, candles and matches in close reach.
* Have your emergency numbers plugged into your cellphones for easy access.
Stay safe! Watch your local television channels and listen to your local radio stations for updates.
MaryBeth Mills Muldowney, Massachusetts Real Estate Broker and Licensed Auctioneer
"The pessimist complains about the wind. The optimist expects it to change.
The Leader adjusts the sails." -John Maxwell
Founder and President, TradeWinds Realty Group LLC
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