Discussion in 'Fedex Freight' started by mattbob, Sep 10, 2018.
All that are effected. please be safe and use common sense.
Any word on what line haul operations for y’all down there. Be safe!!!
Here in CHS. we are working tonight but manditory evacuation tuesday at noon.so guess we will be done for the week after tonight
Y’all be safe. Looking like worst of it’s going to be affecting our brothers farther north.
Praying for you guys down there, I am in the Greensboro area and at the current track we could get Cat 2 winds
Praying for everyone to make it through safely, especially everyone on the coast that’s going to take the brunt of the storm!!
I know you remember Hugo back in ‘89....CLT got just tropical storm winds back then and they’re saying this one is gonna be bigger...baton down the hatches and hold on!!
Who’s closed already and who’s closing in next couple of days?
A snowflake can drop 2 hours away from our center and they shut the place down but let 70+ mph winds sweep through and we’re good to go!!
I've seen what happens in Charlotte when a snowflake drops. They're wise to shut the place.
Shut ‘er down driver!
This storm has changed track so many times there’s no telling where it’s going to go... latest does put it closer to CLT but I’m sure that can change a few more times...
Be safe, y'all. Word is this one could be the worst since Hazel. Which means even I might feel it!
Media hype as usual! I evacuated JAX a couple years back for what was billed as worst to hit JAX ever. Turned out to be a joke. Soon as it was about to hit dead on, it just traveled up the coast with minor flooding and some downed trees
These news outlets thrive on getting folks panties in a bunch
Better safe than sorry my thinking, saw some of the damage last year in Texas when I took 2 loads of supplys down to Rockport,TX. Sure glad I didn't have to go thru that.
I hear ya. It’s already dropped to a 2 ..ho hum
Still a flooding risk to some. The random tornado threat covers a pretty big area. Everyone be safe.
"Hurricanes and tropical storms can also produce tornadoes. These tornadoes most often occur in thunderstorms embedded in rain bands well away from the center of the hurricane; however, they can also occur near the eyewall. Usually, tornadoes produced by tropical cyclones are relatively weak and short-lived, but they still pose a significant threat."
SNOWFLAKES! Billed as the end of the world, and gonna end up as a silent fart as usual.
Well whatever happens we are getting a trailer load of supplies for ya. Don't know which area we will be going yet but they have contacted me to take it when it's ready. Coming your way with love from N.W. Ohio. Everybody stay safe
Could y’all send a rain cloud or two our way?
Still on fire out here.