WIND CHILL & WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT Dangerously cold wind chills expected. Plan on slippery road conditions. Patchy blowing snow could significantly reduce visibility. The hazardous conditions will impact commutes. The cold wind chills could cause frostbite on exposed skin in as little as 30 minutes. * If you must travel, be slow and cautious. Cold will pose a danger if your car becomes disabled. Pack blankets, water, and other items. * If you must be outdoors, frostbite can occur quickly. Cover and dress thoroughly. * Bring pets inside. * Protect against frozen pipes and find your water main now just in case pipe bursts in your home. Call us to report main breaks or meter trouble 339-6357. * Avoid fire hazards like overloaded extension cords and monitored space heaters. City facilities closed at noon Thursday due to anticipated weather. The Friday trash and recycling routes will run today as long as weather allows. Many offices were already closed for the holidays Dec. 23-26, but other facilities are anticipated to resume normal holiday hours (if applicable) on Friday. The most recent updates will be posted to Thank you to the police, fire, street, health and other critical personnel that are always on-duty no matter what. Other Frequently Asked Questions During and After Winter Weather Is there a power outage in Cape? How are the roads? Is there an internet/cable TV outage? Has the trash and recycling holiday schedule changed? When was it this cold before? What's the latest forecast? (Or your favorite local provider) How should I prepare for winter weather? Learn More


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