Spring Thunderstorms Bring May Flowers
Have you ever wondered why it seems to thunderstorm more often when Spring and Summer arrive? Many times, when these seasons roll around, most people anticipate nice weather and sunshine, yet fail to remember the stormy nights that may come along. According to “howstuffworks,” thunderstorms thrive in the presence of moisture and quick-rising, hot air, which are both common in the warmer months of the year. Hotter sunlight during this time creates a warmer atmosphere, and when clashing with winter’s leftover cool, dry air, can lead to thunderstorms or tornadoes. Be prepared for these changing seasons and instable weather to come by knowing SERVPRO of Marshall, Sedalia and Columbia is only a phone call away. With 24/7 emergency services and a team of highly trained professionals, SERVPRO® is determined to be Faster to Any Size Disaster.