Written on behalf of Craig R. Ferguson, Associate Director-ESH&Q:
The National Weather Service's Hazardous Weather Outlook for tonight and tomorrow includes a high-wind advisory for winds up to 45 MPH. This is sufficient to pick up loose objects which then may strike nearby vehicles and buildings. All staff and subcontractors who have materials stored outdoors are advised to ensure these are secured or otherwise protected against strong winds.
A few of the many weather forecasting services available locally are calling for a chance of frozen precipitation Sunday night and into Monday. Should this occur to the extent that driving conditions are affected, please make use of the options available to you to check on the Lab's operating status. These are:
Jefferson Lab home page: www.jlab.org
Call (757) 269-7100 or (757) 232-2000 for recorded information.
A text page message via the Site-Wide Alert System
Submitted: Friday, January 19, 2007 - 12:00am