Kansas Still Getting Hit by Hail – Late Season
Last night during the Kansas City Chiefs home opener against Denver’s Broncos, the weather decided to get in on the action. Just before half-time, the national weather service issued a severe thunderstorm warning for northeastern Kansas. The warning included wind speeds up to 60 MPH and a high likelihood of hail. We were also warned that the chances of hail damage to automobiles and roofs were high. As a former Kansas resident, severe thunderstorms with high winds and hail was not something out of the ordinary. The time of year was what threw us all for a loop.
Hearing the warning got us thinking about what would happen to all of those KC Chief’s and Denver Bronco’s fans automobiles that sat completely and utterly exposed to the wrath of Mother Natures fury. Aside from leaving the game as soon as the warning was cast and hoping to find shelter from the storm and any hail damage before it hit, there is really not much you can do. This is definitely one of those worst-case scenarios. As a Chiefs fan, I couldn’t imagine anything worse happening after that saddening loss other than getting auto hail damage.
The only good news that came out of last night was my car didn’t get any hail damage AND I got to thinking about what to do just in case I found myself in a situation where I needed to know what to do to make myself and my vehicle safe from hail damage.
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