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Just when you thought that the sunny spring days are here to stay, the weather does a number on you and turns foul with little warming. The latest weather forecast published on The Baltimore Sun warned locals of possible rain showers and flooding this week.

Rain showers, turning heavy in the evening, are forecast Tuesday amid blustery winds.

Rain was moving into the Baltimore area from the southwest by mid-morning. Overnight lows dropped to the upper 40s.

Temperatures are expected to hover in the mid-50s throughout the day, with rain continuing. Winds around 15 mph with gusts nearing 30 mph are forecast.

Storms are possible in the evening, with heavy rains expected. About 2 inches of rain are possible Tuesday.

Storm chances continue into Wednesday, with 15-20 mph winds and highs in the upper 60s. Another 3 inches of rain are possible to fall Wednesday.

These unexpected weather changes not only rob you of the time you could have used to do productive outdoor activities, but also take a toll on your home, particularly your roof. If you’ve been meticulous about regular inspections and maintenance, you have a better chance of having a roof that will serve you well for years, but even you are not exempt from eventual roof repairs and even replacements. If you’d like to have more peace of mind when bouts of bad weather hit, enlist the help of a professional.

One of the trusted roofing companies in Maryland is DryTech Roofing & Home Solutions. With over a decade of experience in providing quality work and superior service at affordable rates, they are more than able to address your most pressing roofing needs. Their roofing technicians can offer you recommendations and let you know whether or not you really need a new roof. They can also help you select the best roofing material for your needs and budget.

Want to learn more about your Maryland roofing options? Get in touch with DryTech Roofing today.

(Article from “Rain, gusty winds and flooding risk forecast Tuesday”; April 29, 2014)