The Farmer’s Almanac predicts a colder winter and warmer summer in the country for 2014 through 2015. The latest edition of the annual periodical says that three-quarters of the country, from the Northern Plains to the Great Lakes, will experience below-normal temperatures. These areas particularly may experience the coldest winters. With a forecast like this, you will surely need help for reliable Sussex NJ roofing. Here’s what else is in the long-term forecast.
An Icy Start of 2015and El Niño Possibility
The coldest time of the season may be in the last days of January to early February, when the temperature of Arctic air drops. Aside from the threat of extremely icy winter, there’s also the possibility of El Niño, said the Farmer’s Almanac, citing an official El Niño watch from the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration. El Niño is the warming of the central Pacific caused by mixture of wind and waves in the tropics. In short, it’s hot, dry weather.
A Tough Roof for Keeps
These forecasts call for a major preparation for your home. We all want to stay warm and comfortable at home throughout the toughest winters. So now is the time to make sure your roofing in NJ is ready. You should also have your doors, windows, and siding inspected.
The winter season is indeed a trying time for any roof, especially now that we are to expect a an extremely winter. We at Up and Above Contractors recommend that you get your roofs checked for any damage that can later develop into major concerns. In partnership with the country’s leading roofing manufacturer, GAF, we offer durable and long-lasting materials that can help protect your home from harsh weather conditions.
Keep your family safe and sound this winter. Call us today, and let us help you prep up your home.