Storm Damage in Casa View
We know that storms are always chaotic and that knowledge is invaluable when a disaster approaches; having a plan to keep us safe is of the utmost importance, so here are some tips about thunderstorms.
A thunderstorm is considered severe if it produces hail at least 1 inch in diameter or has 58 miles per hour wind gusts.
Every thunderstorm produces lightning, killing more people each year than tornadoes or hurricanes. Heavy rain from thunderstorms can cause flash flooding, and high winds can damage homes and blow down trees and utility poles, causing widespread power outages.
Severe thunderstorm watch:
Severe thunderstorms are possible in and near the watch area. Stay informed and be ready to act if a strict thunderstorm warning is issued.
Warnings indicate imminent danger to life and property. Unfortunately, people are killed or seriously injured by severe thunderstorms every year despite warnings. While some did not hear the warning, others listened to the warning and ignored it. The information in this section, combined with timely watches and warnings about severe weather, may help save lives.
The above is of the utmost importance since sometimes we do not measure the great chaos that this can cause; hoping you consider all these factors.
If you are in that situation, don't hesitate to contact us, and we'll be right away.