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Weather Delays

Please be advised that some shipments may be delayed as a result of the severe weather, natural disasters, and other uncontrollable service disruptions. As these events occur, we will continue to update this site with markets where we foresee the potential for service impact.

  • Weather 01/13/17:

    Freezing rain and ice moving into the Plains had already started to cause trouble on the roads. Missouri Governor has declared a state of emergency. Freezing rain has been falling this morning in southern Missouri. It will gradually shift north as the day goes on.

    RDFS/STL terminal is closed.

    Please be advised that linehaul, pickups, and deliveries in these areas may be impacted causing delays.


  • Weather 01/11/17:

    Winter Storm Jupiter is bringing dangerous ice and heavy snow to Greater Portland Metro Area, Oregon. Snow will continue until early Wednesday afternoon in the Portland area, adding 2 to five 5 inches to the foot that fell overnight

    Please be advised that linehaul, pickups, and deliveries in these areas may be impacted causing delays.


  • Weather 01/06/17:

    Winter Storm Helena is beginning to spread its long-anticipated mess of snow and ice into the South, potentially snarling travel for days, as the threat for more snow increases along parts of the Northeast coast this weekend. Light snow spread across parts of the southern Plains and Mid-South Thursday night into early Friday. So far, anywhere from 1 to 3 inches had fallen across the Texas panhandle into central Oklahoma, while a dusting to an inch had accumulated east of there into Arkansas, west Tennessee and northern Mississippi.

    Please be advised that linehaul, pickups, and deliveries in these areas may be impacted causing delays.


  • Weather 10/07/16:

    Hurricane Matthew will continue to affect millions along the southeastern United States coast from Florida to Georgia and the Carolinas with flooding, power outages and damaging winds into this weekend. Evacuation orders have been given for more than 2 million people from the Florida barrier islands to coastal Georgia and South Carolina.

    At this time all FL terminals are closed. Please be advised that linehaul, pickups, and deliveries in these areas may be impacted causing delays.


  • Weather 10/05/16:

    Hurricane Matthew will close in on the southeastern United States coast through the end of the week, threatening areas with flooding, power outages and damaging winds. Seas and surf will become dangerous with beach erosion and coastal flooding from Florida to North Carolina. Florida, North Carolina and South Carolina are all under a state of emergency.

    Please be advised that linehaul, pickups, and deliveries in these areas may be impacted causing delays.


  • Weather 04/18/16:

    Heavy rain, thunderstorms and the greatest risk for flash flooding will focus on portions of Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Arkansas into Tuesday. Nearly 4 inches of rain fell in one hour at Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport early Monday morning. Some locations in the northwestern suburbs of Houston received 7-14 inches of rain in six hours on Sunday night, triggering numerous high water rescues and forcing road closures. Over a foot of rain could fall over part of the South Central states early this week, especially across southeastern Texas and southwestern Louisiana.

    Please be advised that linehaul, pickups, and deliveries in these areas may be impacted causing delays.