Evergreen, CO, January 07, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The Swinden Group’s Weather Risk Management services is advising their clients of the possibility of a winter storm impacting the Virginias up through northern New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania beginning Tuesday afternoon. The main impact from this storm will be sleet and / or freezing rain with as much as a half inch of ice accumulation.
The storm system responsible for this winter weather will form in the Tennessee Valley and move up into the Great Lakes on Tuesday. Warm moist air from the south will override cold air near the surface. Precipitation will fall as rain and then freeze with the main threat being wide spread power outages caused by falling tree limbs and power lines, delayed or cancelled air travel, and dangerous if not impossible ground travel.
“Businesses and travelers should be prepared for this potentially business impacting storm,” explains Matthew Swinden, President of the Swinden Group. “Through our Severe Weather Advisories, we are advising our clients to be prepared for a potential ice storm that may impact business and / or travel plans. As of Monday morning, The National Weather Service has issued a number of Winter Storm Watches for the region, and we are advising our clients to be prepared for the worse case scenario.”
Severe Weather Advisories is a subscription based service provided by the Swinden Group to corporations and business travelers so that they are prepare for severe weather that may negatively impact business.
The Swinden Group, founded in 2007, provides Fortune 500 companies and organizations security, investigations, and risk management services worldwide. Severe Weather Advisories are provided to business travelers and corporations in order for them to prepare for travel or business impacting weather events.
The Swinden Group, LLC