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Tips to Conserve During Low Temperatures
Temperatures Wednesday and Thursday night are expected to be below freezing. Wednesday night is projected to be in the low-mid 20’s. Winds from the north are expected to be around 10 mph, creating wind chill values as low as 18 degrees. While GRU is monitoring weather conditions and expects our distribution system to be ready to handle the extra demand, customers should always conserve by following these simple tips:
- Set your thermostat to 68 degrees or lower.
- Dress appropriately for the weather.
- Take measures to protect plant, pipes and pets during this time.
- Close windows, blinds and/or curtains to retain heat.
- Check your heating system's filter.
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