Nor'Easter Hits the East Coast
Yesterday we had a high temperature of 61 degrees today it's 36 and we're getting hit with a Nor'Easter.
What is a Nor'Easter? According to google, it is a macro-scale cyclone. They are usually accompanied by very heavy rain or snow and can cause severe coastal flooding, coastal erosion, hurricane-force winds, or blizzard conditions.
What does this mean for you? These type of weather conditions are not safe. You should avoid driving in these conditions. Of course, the world still spins and we must travel to and from work but our advise is to stay cautious.
Are you prepared? Of course if it was 60 degrees yesterday no one is going to think of blizzard conditions the next day. We must face the facts that this is the reality we live in. SERVPRO of Hoboken/Union City is here to help every step of the way. These are extreme weather conditions and can cause damage to your home or property. We will be working through the weekend to ensure that your covered by a company you can trust.
Call us any time at 201-656-0035. Stay safe everyone.