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December 13, 2017
Check for curling shingles and small leaks that could lead to larger problems.
Trim tree branches so they don’t rub on the roof.
Remove debris from your roof, gutters and downspouts.
Repair or replace your roof to make it stronger and more weather-resistant.
Park your car in a garage or next to a building
Close windows and drapes to prevent broken glass from flying inside.
Stay indoors, away from skylights and doors.
Turn on your headlights (low beams) and slow down.
Allow extra distance for braking.
If possible, pull into a garage or under a shelter to minimize hail damage.
Check your home and car for any potential hail damage.
If you find glass damage in your house or car, carefully remove any glass from the interior and cover the damaged area to prevent further water damage.
Keep in mind that hail can be a warning sign for
. If the sky is getting dark and you start to hear a loud roar, take shelter in case a tornado is on its way.
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