Santa Ana Winds Causing Property Damage in Murrieta Hot Springs?
Do you know the difference between a high wind watch and a wind advisory? Our team in Murrieta responds to storm damage emergencies throughout the year caused by wind damage. The strong Santa Ana winds cause property damage in Murrieta Hot Springs each year. Although they usually occur between October and March each year, they have been known to occur in other months, like the Santa Ana winds that blew in last month. Here are the National Weather Service classifications for high wind alerts:
High Wind Alerts
High Wind Warning: Take Action! Sustained, strong winds with even stronger gusts are happening. Seek shelter. If you are driving, keep both hands on the wheel.
High Wind Watch: Be Prepared! Sustained, strong winds are possible. Secure loose items and adjust plans as necessary so you’re not caught outside.
Wind Advisory: Take Action: Strong winds are occurring but are not so strong to warrant a High Wind Warning. Objects that are outdoors should be secured, and caution should be taken if driving.
Severe Thunderstorm Warning: Take Action! A thunderstorm is happening or is imminent in the warning area. Severe thunderstorms have wind gusts of 58 miles per hour and or hail one inch or larger. Seek shelter inside a sturdy building.
Call Us Today!
When your Murrieta Hot Springs home or commercial business needs storm damage restoration services, our local team in Murrieta is on-call and ready to respond 24-hours a day. Call us today at 951-894-4392.
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