Rainfalls greeted the North Star State this June. The scorching summer in Minnesota was replaced by breezy and cooler weather. A weather report wrote that a low pressure from North Dakota affect MN which causes rain. Updraft shared North Dakota’s National Weather Service’s forecast:
The system gathers steam and aims for northeast Minnesota late today and tonight. Twin Cities’ rain chances increase tonight, as the metro gets swiped by the tail end of the system. Ahead of the front, a warm summer-like air mass today with a mix of clouds and sun. The severe risk is there for western and northern Minnesota today. Expect watches and a few warnings as we move through afternoon. I won’t be shocked if we see an isolated tornado or two in western or northern Minnesota this afternoon.
In addition to that, icebergs at Lake Superior are still afloat but Minnesota will still enjoy an ample sunlight and soak up that sun after months of shivering. This kind of weather implies that we do not know what Mother Nature has stored for us. One day, it is sunny and dry; then heavy rainfall on the next.
In cases of Minnesota’s changing weather, our homes need building materials that are durable. For instance, siding in St. Paul which can resist moisture buildup is necessary to avoid rotting, wrapping or cracking. A brand with this feature is available for installation from Twin Cities Siding Professionals.
James Hardie siding for St. Paul, Minnesota is engineered for the climate of the area. The HardieWrap weather barrier reduces water intrusion and at the same time releases water vapor. Always remember that moisture can threaten the durability span of a structure.
Therefore, it is highly recommended to install a James Hardie siding to protect your home from deteriorating to avoid costly repairs. Schedule an appointment with our siding design team for evaluation and estimate.
(Article from Severe risk in western MN, metro rain likely tonight by Paul Huttner, Updraft, June 11, 2014)