A tropical storm is bringing threats of lightning and hail damage to parts of Florida.
According to Reuters, Tropical Storm Colin carried winds as strong as 50 miles per hour with it before even making landfall. Homeowners and insurance professionals likely know the significant structural damage, especially to roofs, that can come when high winds blow.
On Sunday, June Fifth, Florida Governor Scott said that the State Emergency Operations Center would be at Level 2. This means it will activate only some emergency and planning functions, depending on the circumstances.
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