If temperatures appear to be sizzling in the rest of Virginia, that can’t be said for those of us in Norfolk. The Daily Press reported “Rain will lead to a break from the heat for Hampton Roads”
Hampton Roads will get a break from the heat this weekend, with temperatures dropping into the low to mid-80s on Friday and Saturday.
Chances of rain decrease Friday to 15 to 20 percent, with high temperatures rising reaching the mid-80s in the afternoon, according to Bill Sammler, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service.
Sammler said temperatures will remain in the low 80s on Saturday, with a 50 to 60 percent chance of rain, but no threat of severe weather.
Let us keep the sunscreen, shut the doors, pull down the windows and make for some snugly time inside because the rain is paying a visit.
A gentle rain is always welcome and you should take this as an opportunity to check your home for any damage. You can then make plans for necessary repair or replacement before any potentially severe weather threatens to strike your area.
As one of the most exposed parts of any home, your roof can be very vulnerable to severe weather conditions. That’s why you actually have to pay attention to conducting regular roof inspection. Perhaps ask: When was the last time I had my roof examined by a professional? Or you can check it for yourself: When it rains, is there leaking inside my house? Is there any draft inside even when the windows are closed?
Your roof may probably be bringing all the troubles. The only guaranteed solution comes from getting the services of a professional Norfolk roofing contractor like The Roofing Company. Have our experts inspect your roof to save it from further damage and save your money from going down the drain – that’s for costly repairs in the future.
Knowing that sudden storms are known to strike your area even during scorching summers, we understand residents’ unique needs and concerns for roofing in Norfolk VA. That’s why we encourage you to carry out repair works to your roof as soon as possible.
(Article Excerpt from Rain will lead to a break from the heat for Hampton Roads, Dailypress.com)