If there is one thing North Carolina residents can count on to be anything but consistent, it’s the weather. The recent forecast from WRAL.com gave evidence of this in their announcement of impending extreme weather this week. Below are some of the updates provided by the NWS:
The National Weather Service has issued severe weather watches and warnings for several counties as severe thunderstorms capable of producing hail, strong winds and tornadoes move through the area Tuesday.
Here are updates as they happened:
4:53 a.m. Tuesday – The National Weather Service has issued a tornado warning for Durham, Orange and Chatham counties until 5:30 a.m.
9:07 p.m. – The National Weather Service has issued a tornado warning for Greene, Lenoir and Pitt counties until 9:45 p.m.
9 p.m. – The National Weather Service has extended tornado watches for Wake, Wilson, Sampson, Harnett, Johnston, Halifax, Franklin, Nash, Cumberland, Wayne and Edgecombe counties until 11 p.m.
When the weather gets rough, your house will be put to the test. To ensure that your home is ready for the worst, you’ll need to start from the very top: your roof. During fair weather days, have your roof inspected and evaluated for any existing or developing issues. Any damage needs to be addressed ASAP. If your roof is due for replacement, do not postpone it!
The professionals at Roof Roof can take care your Charlotte and Raleigh roofing inspections and repair projects. This is not a job for amateurs; remember that it is your household’s safety that is at risk.
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(Article and Image from “Severe weather hits NC Tuesday; tornadoes, flooding reported”; April 28, 2014)