Credit unions as far south as Pensacola, Fla., are closed as rain changes to ice and snow across several Gulf states.
For the fourth time this month, severe weather has forced credit unions to send employees home and close up shop.
Some branches near Buffalo remain closed due to snowfall and local road closures.
Branches close as far south as Georgia due to extreme cold; some hardy credit unions in Great Lakes region remain open as usual.
Some credit union branches in New Jersey never opened Friday, but most in the storm's path had opened by noon.
Credit unions in the Northeast report no power failures, and remote access systems are working. League employees are working remotely.