Wind & Hail Damage Insurance Claims Filed Due To Storms Plaguing Southwest Nebraska On June 7, 2022
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Two to three-inch hailstones dropped with torrential rains and high wind all throughout Southwest Nebraska, as part of a system of storms that harried residents and business owners living and working in their path. Roofs were destroyed, and windows were broken. According to Imperial Republican News, 30-year roofs that were replaced in 2019 due to destructive storms that occurred in September, now have about a 20-year life, but most roofs are being totaled.
Nebraska has a lot of farming communities, and crops were damaged in Chase County, which makes it hard on farmers, as they have a very small window of time to decide to replant. Planting has time periods in order for crops to grow and produce within the growing season. The time period for planting in Nebraska is closing soon.
With so much roof damage, RestoreMasters encourages residential and commercial property owners to take advantage of their free roof inspections, in order to get the best coverage from insurance companies.
The local hail and wind map indicates high wind overlapping in some areas where hail fell which can create a greater impact of hail on roofs and sidings. Light gray areas indicate winds up to 58 – 73 mph, and indigo indicates winds up to 95 mph. Hail up to 1 ¼” is indicated by yellow and orange to dark orange from 1.25 to 2.5”.
Images and videos are posted on social media by residents and news centers:
“It came down like rain.”— Hunter Arterburn (@TheBurnRadio) June 8, 2022
Chris Arent, of Sidney, had hail damage to his home’s siding, fence, garden and trees. He said the hail storm lasted 20-25 minutes.
We’ll have more with Chris today on @NewsChannelNE and https://t.co/gQEGUorVvi.
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NOAA’s hail and wind storm damage map indicates incidents of damage throughout southwest Nebraska and surrounding areas:
- Burr: Storm lasted about 8 minutes.
- Imperial: 2” diameter hail, most closer to golf ball size.
- Cook: Hail damage swath between roads 733 and 736, significant damage to four houses along with crop damage, mostly quarter size but some golf ball-sized hail.
- Genoa: Pea to golf ball size hail.
- Hazard: Largest stones around tennis ball size, 3” to 3.5” hail and wind gusts near 70 mph,
- Monroe: Crops destroyed, large amounts of small hail, with some up to quarter size, numerous trees down.
- Millard: 1-inch hail.
- Max: Hail measuring 2.13”.
- Ravenna: Hail ranging from half-inch to 2 inches, four windows on a house, 2 windows on a garage, back window of a car broken, and damage done to a truck due to large hail.
- Poole: Hail approximately 2” in diameter.
- Trenton: Golf-ball-sized hail.
- Culbertson: Quarter to egg-size hail
- Hampton: Half dollar size hail.
- Wood River: 2” in diameter hail.
- York: Half-dollar hail.
- McCool: Quarter-sized hail.
- Davey: Wind with large branches down.
- Ceresco: 50 mph wind, some broken windows.
- Wilcox: Quarter-size hail.
- Tobias: Mostly golf-ball-sized hail, but some larger.
- Eagle: Ping pong ball to baseball-sized hail.
- Ansley: Power poles are down across tracks.
- Wauneta: Power out.
- Litchfield: Siding damage to a home due to wind-driven large hail.
- Palisade: Trees uprooted or snapped, and roof was blown off.
- Shelby: Pivot overturned and tree uprooted, wind gusts of 60 to 70 mph, pivots overturned, visibility reduced to 10 feet.
- Pleasanton: Homes with several broken windows, northeast of Pleasanton.
- Sterling: One-inch tree limb broken.
- Hebron: Wood frame outbuilding destroyed, semi-truck turned over.
- Lenora: Hardwood tree split in half and leaning onto a home, snapped half of the tree damaged several wooden fence panel.
- Nelson: Damage to a couple of grain bins and other equipment on-site, the tree snapped at the farmstead.
RestoreMasters has been in the area, providing assistance with emergency temporary repairs and insurance claim filing by assisting with roof inspections.
Some roofing systems can be severely harmed by damage from heavy winds, tornadoes, or hail. Some older roofs can sustain damage from only 50 mph winds. The severity of roof damage depends on several factors including: type and age of roofing materials, presence of flying debris, roof shape and angle, building height and proximity to adjacent structures and the quality of original roof installation.
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