To Determine Jefferson Lab Status After Severe Weather

To Determine Jefferson Lab Status After Severe Weather

To the Jefferson Lab community:

The weather forecast for tonight and tomorrow calls for rain, sleet,
wintry mix, snow, coastal flooding and wind across much of North
Carolina, Virginia and the Mid-Atlantic region. Please use caution as
precipitation could be heavy at times and gusting winds are expected.
Road surfaces, and especially bridges and overpasses, could become icy
or wet.

Always use good judgment when coming to work. If you feel that
conditions make it unsafe for you to drive to work, please exercise your
best judgment and contact your supervisor as soon as possible.

Please use the following methods to determine the status of JLab after
severe weather:

--- Call (757) 269-7100 or (757) 234-6236 for recorded information.

--- Visit the Jefferson Lab website:

--- Check your JLab E -Mail Account and JLab pager

--- Check your home phone voicemail: JLab may send a recorded message to
your JLab-registered home phone number via a service called Connect.Gov.

--- Tune in to the following television or radio stations to check the
closing and delayed opening announcements. Public Affairs cannot
guarantee these posting or how quickly they are updated.

Local TV:

WTKR-TV (CBS) channel 3

WAVY-TV (NBC) channel 10

WVEC-TV (ABC) channel 13


WNIS-AM (790)

WTAR-AM (850)

WKOC-FM (93.7)

WROX-FM (96.1)

WCMS-AM (1050)

WXMM-FM (100.5)

WWSO-FM (92.9)

WXEZ-FM (94.1)

WGH-FM (97.3)

WGH-AM (1310)

WWDE-FM (101.3)

WHRV-FM (89.5)

--- If you are still unsure of the lab's reporting status, check with
your immediate supervisor.

JLab has a snow removal plan that prioritizes parking lots, sidewalks
and building entrances. Diagrams may be found at: (fourth link from the bottom).

This link takes you to the Wakefield, Va., National Weather Service

The National Weather Service forecast for Newport News, Va., is here.

The Virginia Department of Emergency Management webpage is at:

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