Remember that summer also coincides with the hurricane season. If you’re living near Maryland’s Atlantic Coast, then your home may be more susceptible to strong winds and heavy rains. We might not guess it from the temperature, but storm systems suddenly forming aren’t unheard of at this time of the year. According to a report on www.baltimoresun.com:
Mostly cloudy skies are forecast throughout the day. Isolated thunderstorms are possible in the afternoon hours. Dew points are forecast in the mid- to upper-60s, making the air feel moist and uncomfortable.
Both temperatures and humidity are forecast to increase through the week. Highs Tuesday are forecast in the upper 80s, with dew points in the upper 60s to around 70 degrees.
Storms are possible Wednesday with highs close to 90 degrees and dew points in the lower 70s.
Storms are likely Thursday as a front moves through to reduce humidity and temperatures Friday into the weekend, with highs Thursday in the mid-80s.
Speaking of storms, have you taken a good look at your windows lately? We’ve had a lot of severe weather this year in Maryland. Are you sure that those windows can withstand more for the years to come?
If it looks as though the weather has taken its toll on your windows, then they may be unable to protect your family against severe weather conditions and may cost you more in the long run. It may be time to get more durable replacement windows in Maryland.
Products from Maryland replacement windows contractors like DryTECH Roofing and Home Solutions offer top-of-the-line windows that are sure to withstand Maryland’s varying weather patterns, so you don’t have to worry whenever the wind is howling because those windows will keep you safe.
For more information on how durable windows can protect your home against severe weather and the other benefits of durable windows, you can contact DryTECH Roofing and Home Solutions.
(Article Excerpt from Muggy air, cloudy skies forecast Monday, www.baltimoresun.com)