Credit unions were prepared for Winter Storm Juno.
According to an article by the Credit Union Times, The National Weather Service has described the storm as possibly being historic, likely dumping more than two feet of snow to much of the Northeast from New Jersey to southern Maine. The storm was expected to affect parts of New York, Boston, Rhode Island, Connecticut and Maine.
“According to Paul Gentile, president/CEO of the Cooperative Credit Union Association, many credit unions across Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island had announced early closures Monday in preparation for the pending storm. The association represents credit unions in those three states,” the article reads.
As of Wednesday afternoon, at least 54 locations in six states reported more than 30 inches of snow. Three locations in Massachusetts recorded the top storm total of 36 inches, according to an article by The Weather Channel.