The first snowstorm of 2014 has forced dozens of credit unions, mainly in the Northeastern states, to delay the Friday opening of branches and call centers.

Although a few credit unions leagues have closed their offices, employees are working from home.

Despite the storm's high winds, credit unions have so far reported no power failures and said their ATMs and online banking services are working. However, the delays of branch and call center openings were necessary because the storm, named Hercules, made road conditions dangerous and some state officials asked people to stay home on Friday.

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