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(SHELBY COUNTY OFFICE OF PREPAREDNESS) A Winter Storm Warning has been issued for Shelby County. Snow is predicted to be in the Shelby County area by 9 o this (Monday) evening with two inches by (Tuesday) morning.

staff will be monitoring weather conditions throughout the night and staying in contact with the National Weather Service and the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency. Motorists need to use extreme caution on their morning commute, said Dale Lane, Director of the Shelby County Office of Preparedness.

Public works crews will be treating roads with brine before snow moves into the area. After the snow arrives, salt and sand trucks will be giving priority to overpasses,
dr marten kids Shelby County Office Of Preparedness On Winter Storm Warning
bridges and main routes.

Here are some winter weather tips from the Shelby County Office of Preparedness:

Check emergency kits. Ensure emergency kits for the home, work, and vehicle are stocked with adequate supplies.

Winterize your vehicle. Have an ice scraper handy and check the battery, heater,
dr marten kids Shelby County Office Of Preparedness On Winter Storm Warning
defroster, lights, tires, brakes,
dr marten kids Shelby County Office Of Preparedness On Winter Storm Warning
antifreeze levels and wiper blades.

Public transportation. Check Facebook and Twitter social media platforms or call (901) 274 MATA (6282). Air travelers need to contact the airlines for the latest information about flight delays.

Minimize travel. Use roads most traveled. Let others know your intended route and estimated time of arrival.

Dress for winter. Keep dry. Wear light layers under a heavy coat. Also wear socks, boots, a hat, scarf and gloves.

Winterize your home. Wrap exposed pipes,
dr marten kids Shelby County Office Of Preparedness On Winter Storm Warning
open cabinet doors and allow faucets to drip. Do not operate space heaters unless you are in the room with them. Keep heaters at least three (3) feet from flammable objects. Have alternative heating sources (fireplace or propane heater). Should the power go out, don use a generator indoors. Have an ABC fire extinguisher, a smoke detector, and carbon monoxide detector in your home.

Look after others and pets. Check on neighbors,
dr marten kids Shelby County Office Of Preparedness On Winter Storm Warning
seniors and those who live alone. Also bring pets inside. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.