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Severe Weather Alert: M&T Bank Closes Branches in Storm's Path
PR Newswire

BUFFALO, N.Y., Oct. 29, 2012 -- Due to severe weather across the region and related evacuation orders, driving bans and power outages, many M&T Bank branch and ATM locations throughout the area will be closed or have limited hours over the next several days. 

The following branches are closed immediately:

  • All branches in New York City and Long Island.
  • All branches in the state of Delaware.
  • Supermarket branches located in Baltimore, MD.
  • Eutaw Street branch in Baltimore, MD.
  • Snow Hill and Kent Island branches in Maryland.
  • K Street and Valley Mall branches in Washington, DC.
  • Reston Business Banking Center in Reston, VA.
  • Rittenhouse Square and Woodland branches in Philadelphia, PA.

Branches in the following regions will close at 11 a.m. Monday, October 29:

  • All branches in greater Baltimore, Maryland.
  • All branches on Maryland's Eastern Shore.
  • All branches in greater Philadelphia, PA and the Lehigh Valley area.
  • All branches in the Hudson Valley, NY region.

Branches in the following areas will close at 12 noon Monday, October 29:

  • All branches in greater Washington, DC.

Call us at 800-724-2440 for additional information about branches in your area.

Customers can continue to use web banking at www.mtb.com, mobile banking and telephone banking services.

Media Contact:  

Michael Zabel