Where’s Everyone At What’s You 20 How’s The Weather??

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Jammer a's Comment
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Safe travels enjoy your reset !!! Anne thank you !! See y’all later on today getting up an around do a good pre trip drink some coffee contemplate my spot in the universe etc etc be safe everyone

Just west of Asheville NC parked in the WB weigh station. Ran in hard runs rain from Greensboro NC to here. 47° and wind was picking up. Heading to Boise ID and home to do a reset and put the trailer in the shop.

Laura

Josh H.'s Comment
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Dayton, OH area here on break from training.

It's mid 20's and waiting to see if the 3-5" of snow hits tonight or not.

Josh

Chief Brody's Comment
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Flying J in Limon, Colorado on a 34-hour reset again. Delivering Monday and I can see the receiver from here.

Sunny but windy, and about 50 degrees.

Adam J.'s Comment
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At the training pad in Pittston, PA. Polishing by backing, off set parking, alley dock and parallel parking before my exam tomarrow morning. Currently 28 and breeze is picking up.

Jamie's Comment
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I’m about 450 miles away from this and leaving out tonight.

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It ends tomorrow night, but there is already a similar winter weather watch in effect that ends Monday night at 22:00. So I’m drive this 400 or so miles and park until it passes.

Jamie's Comment
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This is my third winter driving, I got lucky the past two winters with min delays due to snow, but I got hit hard in NE last week and now this.

PJ's Comment
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It’s cold down here in the south also. I’m at the house, had to get truck serviced. Gotten into the mid 29’scat night and barely 40 for the high. I’ll be glad when winter is over.

RealDiehl's Comment
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At Prime Springfield terminal. Getting in a 34hr reset and trying to get some pad time with my student. If only the weather would cooperate! 50 degrees and raining here.

At the training pad in Pittston, PA. Polishing by backing, off set parking, alley dock and parallel parking before my exam tomarrow morning. Currently 28 and breeze is picking up.

Best of luck to you, Adam!

Terminal:

A facility where trucking companies operate out of, or their "home base" if you will. A lot of major companies have multiple terminals around the country which usually consist of the main office building, a drop lot for trailers, and sometimes a repair shop and wash facilities.

Jammer a's Comment
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Let me know I’ve got a buddy heading that way to west borough mass and he’s pretty new driver

Dayton, OH area here on break from training.

It's mid 20's and waiting to see if the 3-5" of snow hits tonight or not.

Josh

Jammer a's Comment
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Just came outta Dallas on my way back to okc 20/25 mile an hour winds outta Dallas air lines oks real bad lots of dust y’all be safe out there I used to come across Ashland and down Shasta a lot Jamie you keep the shiny side up over there

At Prime Springfield terminal. Getting in a 34hr reset and trying to get some pad time with my student. If only the weather would cooperate! 50 degrees and raining here.

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At the training pad in Pittston, PA. Polishing by backing, off set parking, alley dock and parallel parking before my exam tomarrow morning. Currently 28 and breeze is picking up.

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Best of luck to you, Adam!

Terminal:

A facility where trucking companies operate out of, or their "home base" if you will. A lot of major companies have multiple terminals around the country which usually consist of the main office building, a drop lot for trailers, and sometimes a repair shop and wash facilities.

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