With winds and up to one-half inch of ice expected in other areas
where our power comes from, there is a strong likelihood of power
The Logan County Emergency Management Agency advises
that people plan not to go out once the storm begins on Thursday
evening through Friday morning. They also suggest that residents
prepare their homes and check their family safety kit. This includes
having food and water on hand for up to seven days. The agency is
also advising residents to check their daily medication supplies and
have enough on hand for up to seven days.
The forecast indicates that ice accumulations may reach one-half
to three-fourths inch to the north.
From the NWS: Significant amounts of ice accumulations will make
travel dangerous or impossible. Travel is strongly discouraged.
Commerce will likely be severely affected. If you must travel, keep
an extra flashlight, food and water in your vehicle in case of an
emergency. Ice accumulations and winds will likely lead to snapped
power lines and falling tree branches that add to the danger.
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