Here in the southwest, we're having an unusually cold and wet winter. We've had over 2 feet of snow over Christmas and now it's just starting to melt off.
The problem is, with this melt, a 3 to 4 foot section of the hardboard facia on the eaves of my mobile home is sagging from water leaking behind it. It's also caused the interior framing of the storm window below it to soak and has started to fall. I had thoroughly sealed all of the shingles in that area over the prior summer and they still seem solid, so I'm not sure how the water is getting in.
I guess the question is - what do I do?! Temperatures are down in the single digits at night and hang around 34°F during the day and expecting another storm in a couple of days so using caulking or sealants to get me through won't work. I don't know how to go about repairing or preventing more damage right now, or if I'll have to wait until spring. In the meantime, I'm terrified of soaking framing members behind the wall among other damage.
Roofing contractors won't return my calls, so any help on what I can do in the next couple of days would be of help.