J.W. Allen Office Operations ~ January 17, 2018

Posted January 17, 2018
Category Company News
Wintry Weather Conditions Adversely Impact J.W. Allen & Company Office Operations
January 17, 2018

The New Orleans Metro area is presently under a Hard Freeze Warning which is impacting travel conditions throughout the area.

An overnight mixture of sleet, ice, and snow on the roadways has resulted in widespread bridge and road closures with authorities recommending people avoid being on the roadways until conditions improve.

As of the time of this communication, Port of New Orleans terminals are delaying opening until conditions improve.

\Weather Forecast for the New Orleans Metro area is as follows:

A Hard Freeze Warning Remains In Effect Until Noon Cst Today...

A Hard Freeze Warning Remains In Effect From 5 PM This Afternoon To 11 Am Cst Thursday...

Temperature Outlook - Lows Will Fall Into The Mid Teens To Lower 20s on the Northshore and will Range From 20 To 25 on the Southshore of Lake Pontchartrain. These Temperatures Will Be Similar
Wednesday Night.

Duration - Freezing Conditions Will Likely Last Through Noon Today And Then 12 To 18 Hours Tonight Into Thursday Morning.


Due to severe weather conditions anticipated in the New Orleans area, J.W. Allen & Company's operations are being impacted this morning as employees are unable to reach the J.W. Allen office.

As our I.T. framework enables employees to work remotely, emails are being monitored and addressed; however, weather conditions may have a negative effect on response timeliness. Emergency contact information is available on our website, http://jwallen.com/contact-us/emergency-contacts

It is our intention to open the J.W. Allen office as soon as road conditions improve allowing employees to safely travel to the facility.

For our unplanned closure we apologize. We appreciate your understanding and please know your business is important to us as every effort will be made to properly support your needs.
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