All About Tropical Storm Cindy
Tropical Storm Cindy formed June 20, 2017 and made landfall near the Louisiana-Texas border on June 22, 2017. This tropical storm developed from a monsoonal low pressure system near central America. Winds reached a high of 60 miles per hour and expanded more than 250 miles from the storms center. This storm has brought heavy rain, tornadoes, and flooding to many cities in the southeast and on the east coast, even up to Pennsylvania. The highest rainfall was 18.64 inches near Ocean Springs, Mississippi. Many cities have experienced major flooding leading to water damage to local homes and commercial buildings.
Tropical storms and hurricanes often lead to water damage, and hurricane season has just started. If you or anyone you know experiences any storm or water damage to your home and need to restore it, call SERVPRO of West Greenville County at 864-292-8570. We are here to help and can handle any job no matter how big or small!