Summer is here, and with warmer weather comes the greater chance for severe weather. According to NOAA, over 80 thunderstorms happen on average each day during the summer season. Humid air gets superheated throughout the day, which results in pop-up thunderstorms in the late afternoon and evening. These storms can be brief, but deadly. It’s important that your home is prepared to face the onslaught of stormy weather and that you and your family know what to do during severe weather. Here are five things you can do to prepare.