Mike Weisz, owner of Pro Tow and Recovery, poses next to one of his wreckers, Monday. Weisz said his company is ready for the bitterly cold temperatures that will grip the region today. Pro Tow typically stays busy when temperatures drop, helping jump-start cars with weak batteries and unlocking locked vehicles.

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Mike Weisz, owner of Pro Tow and Recovery, poses next to one of his wreckers, Monday. Weisz said his company is ready for the bitterly cold temperatures that will grip the region today. Pro Tow typically stays busy when temperatures drop, helping jump-start cars with weak batteries and unlocking locked vehicles.

Cold spikes demand for fuel, services

By Corinne Saunders

The Daily Advance

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Area propane and natural gas companies were seeing increased demand Monday from residents hurrying to make sure they have sufficient heat for the cold snap set to hit the area late last night.

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