Two feet of snowfall and whiteout conditions heading to the Sierra Nevada.
COVID is believed to have accelerated the exodus of people from cities, but new data suggests the long-term impact on freight flows is more nuanced.
In today’s edition of The Daily Dash, the West Coast wildfires are creating hazardous conditions for truck drivers. Plus, trailer orders are rising once again and volatile supply chains may become the new normal.
Zach and Anthony cover the latest in the freight economy. Special guest and Senior Economist Dustin Jalbert joins to discuss the lumber market.
Waves of severe thunderstorms, flash flooding could delay freight flows from Plains to Southeast.
Snowstorm next week could further tighten capacity in top-5 freight markets of Allentown and Harrisburg.
Heavy snow, blizzard conditions may stall growing Denver and Salt Lake City freight markets for a brief time.
“It’s not unusual for us to get big storms in the Sierra in March.” Several feet of snow, road closures possible this weekend in Mountain West.
Interstate 40 near Nashville is “still a mess.” Interstate 80 in Wyoming is not doing much better.