By: The Western News
Commissioner of Securities and Insurance Matt Rosendale is urging Montanans to prepare early for potential flooding brought on by this winter’s heavy snowfall.
Flood insurance policies typically do not take effect until 30 days after purchase, making advance planning critical for properties at risk of flooding.
“We’ve had some great skiing this year thanks to all the snow, but flooding is a risk once temperatures warm up,” Rosendale said. “The best time to prepare for a flood is while the powder is still fresh on the slopes.”
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