Observes Severe Weather Weeks across the Country

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Water restoration provider encourages property owners to observe Severe Weather Week in their respective states to increase awareness of associated problems and develop plans for dealing with them. encourages all property owners to observe Severe Weather Awareness Week in their respective states., one of the leading providers of water damage restoration services in the country, is encouraging property owners to observe and participate in Severe Weather Weeks being observed from February through April in individual states across the US.

Severe Weather Weeks are designed to heighten public awareness of the dangers posed by unstable and unpredictable weather systems, as well as providing contingency plans for protecting life and property in the event of a flood, tornado, or other severe weather event.

Severe Weather Week observations vary from state to state, but are usually broken down by day, with different aspect of the severe weather problem highlighted on a daily basis.

Thunderstorms, Hail, Wind, and Lightning – Thunderstorms are small, but intense weather conditions that may produce damaging winds, dangerous lightning, and hail of various sizes. Lightning may occur with or without the presence of a storm, and can be potentially life threatening if proper shelter is not sought.

Severe Weather Watches and Warnings – A watch means that conditions are favorable for the production of severe weather; whereas a warning means that a severe weather system has formed and is threatening your immediate area. In the event of a severe weather watch, be aware of rapidly changing weather conditions. For a warning, seek shelter as quickly as possible.

Flash Floods – Among the most dangerous of flood conditions, flash floods may form within a matter of minutes and give little or no advanced warning to those in their path. Flash flood safety measures should be followed to the letter simply because there may only be a matter of minutes to save your life.

Tornadoes – If there is a first cousin to flash floods, it would be tornadoes, which also form with very little warning and may cause widespread damage. encourages all property owners to observe Severe Weather Awareness Week in their respective states.

Based in Cleveland OH, is a leader water and flood damage restoration services, with providers in 30 states.


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