Bookmark and Share

Cold Emergency Alert - FAQs

Date Released: 
Fri, 01/24/2014

Cold Emergency Alert - FAQs

Q: What is a Cold Emergency Alert?
A: A Cold Emergency Alert is called when the temperature falls, or is forecasted to fall, to 15˚F or below including wind chill, or 20˚F, including wind chill, and one or more of the following conditions exists:
  • Steady precipitation for 60 consecutive minutes
  • Ice Storms and/or freezing rain
  • Snow accumulation of 3 inches or more
  • Sustained winds of more than 10-15 miles per hour
  • A wind chill below 0˚F

Pages

American Job Center

Each center provides career counseling, resume assistance, job placement and much more. 

Latest Twitter Posts

Taxpayer Service Center

Download forms, file online or check your refund status at the Taxpayer Service Center.