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  • DCAT Logistics Post 11/13 - 11/19

    November 13, 2017

    DCAT Logistics Post 11/13 - 11/19

    La Nina will be affecting weather in the middle of the U.S. and most Southern states will have slightly above average temperatures. For the Northwest, Midwest and Northeastern states from Washington to New Hampshire; this will be the second winter in a row with weak La Nina conditions that may affect weather. In the Northwest, expect below average temperatures and low-elevation snow. North - Arctic cold conditions ...read more

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  • DCAT Logistics Post 10/30 - 10/5

    October 30, 2017

    DCAT Logistics Post 10/30 - 10/5

    The photo above is of the first snowstorm of the year in the Midwest. North - Over 1 million people in the Northeast were left powerless on Monday morning. 80 mph hurricane-force winds forced schools to close, caused railroad service interruptions, especially from New York to Connecticut. Flooding and heavy rainfall were reported in many states including New Hampshire, where flash floods caused cars along the ...read more

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  • DCAT Logistics Post 10/24 - 10/30

    October 24, 2017

    DCAT Logistics Post 10/24 - 10/30

    [caption id="attachment_2703" align="alignnone" width="808"] Severe storms in the Northeast will bring rainfall and potential tornadoes. Photo Credit: Weather.com[/caption] North - The Northeastern states are expecting damaging, heavy wind gusts and thunderstorms from Maryland to Maine. The biggest threats are from Delaware to Pennsylvania, where tornadoes and flash floods are likely. Major travel delays are expected for the Northeastern states. South - Tornadoes from South Carolina to North ...read more

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  • DCAT Logistics Report 10/12 - 10/ 15

    October 12, 2017

    DCAT Logistics Report 10/12 - 10/ 15

    This photo above is from the recent wildfire in California. Photo Credit: Weather.com   North  - Hurricane Nate recently brought devastation from the Gulf Coast to the Carolina's. Major flooding was reported from Alabama to North Carolina. South - A cold front recently hit Texas, and Fall is finally here for the state! For the next few days, Texas will experience cool and windy weather with possible rainfall. They ...read more

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  • DCAT Logistics Report 10/2 - 10/8

    October 02, 2017

    DCAT Logistics Report 10/2 - 10/8

    The photo above shows downpours in Florida that will potentially cause flash flooding. Photo Credit: Accuweather.com   North - From Maryland to Connecticut, weather will be warm in the beginning of the week, and towards the end of the week, you can expect scattered showers. Midwest -  States in the Midwest will experience warm temperatures this week, but will not be the hot temperatures they experienced last week. In Illinois, ...read more

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  • DCAT Post 9/25-9/31

    September 25, 2017

    DCAT Post 9/25-9/31

    Photo Credit: NY Post   North - Wind force from Hurricane Maria will be high over the next few days from Virginia to Connecticut as it drifts off to sea during the end of the week. The storm will not hit the the states directly, but they will still experience the impacts of the storm. Coastal flooding will be a concern along with high surf and rip currents. South ...read more

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  • Hurricane Maria Update 9/20

    September 20, 2017

    Hurricane Maria Update 9/20

      How We are Preparing For Hurricane Maria: Since Hurricane Irma, operations are currently back to normal and we are monitoring Hurricane Maria. If there is a problem, we will update our customers on our social media pages. As always, our priorities are maintaining logistics and great service while also ensuring the well-being of our staff. If weather conditions become a problem, we will provide service to ...read more

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  • Hurricane Irma is Still Threatening Southern States

    September 11, 2017

    Hurricane Irma is Still Threatening Southern States

    The photo above shows the current driving conditions in Florida during Hurricane Irma. Photo Credit: NBC News.   North - Irma will continue moving inland this week to affect states in the Northeast and Midwest with rain. As the storm moves North, it will weaken from Pennsylvania to Tenessee. Expect intermittent rain storms but not any flash floods. South - Florida was hit over the weekend with the category ...read more

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  • 3 Ways Hurricane Irma is Affecting Auto Transportation

    September 08, 2017

    As we continue to prepare for this hurricane, we want to assure all our customers that your vehicles will be safe and that we are here to ensure that your deliveries are completed with the smallest possible delay. Here are the 3 ways in which auto transport is most affected by this hurricane and the evacuation orders. 1. Access to Customers For about the next 10 days there ...read more

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  • Preparing for Hurricane Irma

    September 07, 2017

    Preparing for Hurricane Irma

      How We are Preparing For Hurricane Irma   Direct Connect Auto Transport’s primary call center is in South Florida, directly in the projected path of Irma We are letting all of our customers know to be prepared for delays with logistics and transportation. Delays will be guaranteed if your car is being transported through Florida, due to evacuation orders. Transports in other parts of the country are likely ...read more

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