If there’s one thing that many of us want to experience this season, it’s the ease and comfort from the usual sticky, humid, and dry feeling that comes with the heat. According to the weather forecast from mysanantonio.com, there is a chance of rain but it won’t be enough to cool down the state:

SAN ANTONIO — San Antonians can expect a 20 percent chance of rain and thunderstorms throughout Sunday, but it's not impacting summer heat in the city.

Highs are expected to stay in the lower 90s and upper 80s for the rest day with 55 percent humidity, meteorologist Steve Smart said.

He said the temperature will drop to the mid-70s tonight with southeast winds of 10 to 15 mph.

There is still a 20 percent chance of rain and thunderstorms Monday with highs predicted in the 90s, which Smart said can be expected in late June.

The way for homeowners to escape from the heat is to be prepared beforehand and ensure that your homes are equipped with components that can keep the heat out. This is your insulation system which includes your windows, roofing, and siding. Among the mentioned, the siding occupies the most surface area. Its chief role is to entrap the heat between it and the wall so that it doesn’t seep through the house thereby allowing a more comforting temperature inside the house.

Among the siding manufacturers, James Hardie is the most well-known. Its longevity, durability, quality and style have garnered recognition worldwide, hence becoming the trusted siding material that siding contractors in San Antonio prefer and use. They offer a wide range of siding that are designed with strength and thickness to provide protection and resistance to extreme weather conditions such as:

  • Extreme Temperatures (heat or cold)
  • Hail and Thunderstorms
  • Wind
For a cooler and stylish home from inside and out, call a James Hardie certified contractor for your siding in San Antonio, like Southwest Exteriors.

(Article Excerpt From Possible rain doesn't squelch heat , mysanantonio.com)