Weather conditions vary greatly across the United States. In the South, where much of the year it’s hot, when the rain pours, it’s usually intense:
AUSTIN (KXAN) – A storm system moving through the Desert Southwest brings small rain chances for Easter Sunday. Look for a 20% chance of light showers tonight through Easter Sunday as the weak storm system passes to our north.
Easter temperatures will remain warm with lows near 60 and highs in the upper-70s.
A potential severe weather event is taking shape Monday afternoon and evening. Pieces of energy trailing behind the exiting low pressure system are set to interact with an unstable air mass and a weak cold front Monday afternoon – potentially firing isolated supercell thunderstorms across the Hill Country.
These storms, potentially containing large hail and damaging winds, could trek eastward toward Metro Austin and the I-35 corridor during the Monday evening rush hour. This event is still two days away, so stay tuned to KXAN for the latest forecast details.
Stormy weather conditions can have considerable effect to your home. Are you prepared? Although the most recent hail storms and damaging winds may have missed your home, have you asked yourself how secure is it?
In recent years, innovations in roofing have been devised to address impact issues. Take for example, impact resistant roofing tiles, which do not crack or break even in the midst of the toughest storm, and can resist all types of debris to ensure reliability. Wind resistant roofs on the other hand are designed to withstand tough conditions like hurricanes. By diverting the wind flow, the roof is able to dampen the force of the wind and secure the home’s occupants.
Your roofing in Round Rock TX should be made of materials that are proven to be durable enough in the face of whatever nature throws at it. To get the best possible service and the highest quality products, contact Willi Roofing, a Round Rock roofing contractor you can trust.
(Article Excerpt and Image from “Spotty showers possible Easter Sunday”, KXAN, April 20, 2014)