The sun is the most damaging force on the planet, especially for your new SIC board. Try to keep your board out of the sun as much as possible when not in use.
De-lamination - The inside of your SIC board is foam, which consists mostly of air and other gasses. When these gasses are heated by the sun they expand. As they expand they take up more space and can cause pressure to build on the inside of your SIC board. If they expand too much, the pressure will push on the hard shell of the SIC board and may cause the carbon or fiberglass shell to detach from the foam core. This is called de-lamination, and can result in air bubbles being trapped between the foam core and carbon or fiberglass shell.