"Flash floods are the number one weather killer in the
One of the most common severe weather threats in the
"You know what happens when you go into the store and its rained 2 inches of rain all the low water crossings are flooded out."
As water levels rise, Warning and Coordination Meteorologist, Hector Guerrero says it's important to know where you live, have a way out if necessary and head all flash flood warnings from the national weather service.
So what if
"That is covered under a separate flood policy that is basically insured by the federal emergency management agency or FEMA."
Whether its strong winds, hail, or flooding, State Farm agent Greg Bratcher says know what your insurance policies cover before the storm hits.
So what about after the storm? You can see more about severe weather and property insurance on our "Concho Valley Homepage Severe Weather Special" Thursday evening.
The half hour special will air right after our newscast at on KLST and KSAN.
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