Severe thunderstorms are expected to strike Orlando and nearby cities starting on April 26 and may continue for several days afterward.
As of 4 pm on April 26, 2023, the Orlando area remains with a Severe Thunderstorm Watch in effect and a Level 3 Hail Threat.
Baseball-sized hail is possible with this Thunderstorm.
If you live in Orlando or Central Florida, then you definitely want to seek shelter and stay indoors and let the storm pass. This storm has the potential to cause damage and create very unfavorable conditions. Fox 35 Orlando reports, “Strong Storms could bring destructive hail, damaging winds.”
What can you expect with this round of thunderstorms that’s on the way to Orlando and other parts of Central Florida?
- Blinding rain
- Cloud-to-ground lightning
- Hail with up to a 2-3 inch diameter
- Powerful winds with gusts up to 60MPH
- A low tornado threat
What cities are expected to be impacted?
- St. Cloud
- Daytona Beach
- Winter Haven
- New Smyrna
- The Villages
- Cocoa Beach
How common is hail in Orlando?
Hail storms in Florida are actually very common – especially during Florida’s hail season, which spans from March to July.
Common Types of Damage Associated with Hail Storms
Hail can cause a wide range of damage, including:
- Roof damage
- Broken or cracked windows
- Damage to your landscaping
- Damage to your home’s siding
Contact a hail damage lawyer in Orlando.
A hail damage claim lawyer can help with your claim process. The team at JT Law Firm knows how insurance companies operate, and we know how to fight them using the law. Our goal is always to get you paid for your claim. You deserve peace of mind. You deserve to move forward from your property damage.
Speak with JT Law Firm for a free claim review today.
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