Roof damage - Sandy - now nor'easter - advice please
I have an area of my roof without shingles (though the tar paper is still there) due to Sandy. I called my regular roofer guy, but with virtually every other house having roof damage, barring some miracle today, will not be repaired prior to the nor'easter. The area is about 10' x 5'. (Right on the north side - lovely). It is way way to high and steep to get up there and put a tarp down.
I am virtually sure that we will get water intrusion with the upcoming storm. I can access the attic under the area. I am considering putting tarps down on the insulation. I am not sure how easily we can do it. Part of the area is over a 2 story foyer and we do not want to be stepping there - though perhaps crawling along might be possible.
Is it worth trying or should I just let it hit the insulation and drip through the wallboard and then place buckets to catch it?