As a bulk salt supplier headquartered in Bucks County, PA, you can rest assured that we always make sure we are aware of the weather patterns, and what may be in store for any upcoming winter season. Therefore, this time around, we thought it would be great to share with you, our faithful customer (or potential customer), what you might be in store for this winter season as per NBC10’s 1st Alert Weather Chief Meteorologist, Mr. Glenn “Hurricane” Schwartz.
What’s the weather looking like for the 2016-17 winter season?
According to Mr. Schwartz, there is a 10% chance that the Philadelphia area will see over 40 inches of snow. He also anticipates that we will most likely receive 30-35 inches and that there may be one Nor’easter that drops more than 10 inches. A few of his other predictions include:
- February being the snowiest month.
- March having the least snow.
- A temperature forecast of a couple of mild periods of 2+ weeks with above normal temperatures.
Remember, Mother Nature Can Always Change Her Mind.
There is no doubt about it, Mother Nature is unpredictable and not every meteorologist is going to be 100% correct. However, it’s always better to be prepared than not be prepared, and if there is one thing you can take away from Mr. Glenn “Hurricane” Schwartz’s 2016-17 winter forecast, it’s that there will be snow.
Get in Touch with Duke Transport Now to Make Sure You Have Bulk Salt
Here at Duke Transport, it’s never too early or late to place your bulk salt order with us (unless it’s already snowing!) In fact, as just a recap from our last blog “It’s Never Too Early to Order Salt From Duke Transport,” following are a few (of the many) products we currently have available:
- Bulk salt
- Magic Salt® (treated rock salt that works unbelievably fast at lower temps)
- Calcium Chloride Pellet premier ice and snow melter
- Magnesium Chloride premium natural ice melter
You Can Always Count on Duke Transport to Deliver You Quality Salt When It’s the Coldest!
When searching for salt suppliers that serve Philadelphia or any other surrounding area, look no further than us here at Duke Transport. Even though we are based out of Bucks County, we have no issue driving to your commercial property in Chester or Delaware County, PA, or even in New Jersey. To learn more about the areas that we can deliver products to, or the types of bulk salts, treated salts, and ice melters we offer, please feel free to give us a call, or head on over to our Contact page, and fill out a form.