Southern House

If you live in a southern state like North Carolina or Tennessee, oppressive heat and humidity are your constant companions for much of the year. The southern weather can also take a toll on portions of your home, especially the roof, siding and gutters.

Southern Weather Trends

Traditionally, North Carolina and neighboring Tennessee have roughly the same weather patterns. July is typically the hottest month of the year in these two states, with an average maximum temperature of 90 degrees Fahrenheit. This can vary depending on the region — for example, both states have their share of mountainous areas, which can impact the temperature.

Tennessee and North Carolina are close to each other in minimum temperatures as well. The average annual minimum temperature for the latte