Author: Kayla Travis

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CompuWeather Named Among the Top 10 Forensic Engineering Services Providers

CompuWeather Named Among the Top 10 Forensic Engineering Services Providers

In October 2023, CompuWeather was named among the Top 10 Forensic Engineering Services Providers in the Business Management Review magazine. President and Lead Weather Expert, Steve Roberts, discusses the importance of using a meteorologist during weather-related investigations. Read the magazine article here.

The Impacts of Hail Damage

The Impacts of Hail Damage

During spring and summer, hailstorms are an issue in many areas of the United States. Thousands of hailstorms happen each year across the country, and the effects of a hailstorm can be extremely costly. Our weather experts at CompuWeather can help you with your cases, claims, and hailstorm investigations.   What is Hail?  When precipitation is carried upward…

Considering Using Free Historical Weather Data? Three Questions to Think About

Considering Using Free Historical Weather Data? Three Questions to Think About

You’ve just been assigned another personal injury case. Only this time, the weather is an important factor. You must know the weather conditions at a specific time and location in order to help build your case strategy. You perform a quick Google search for “free historical weather data” on a specific date at a certain location which…

4 Mistakes Attorneys Make When Working on a Weather-Related Case

4 Mistakes Attorneys Make When Working on a Weather-Related Case

Working on a weather-related case can feel overwhelming. Oftentimes, there are many factors to consider in a case such as precipitation timing, hourly temperatures, peak wind gust, or even the angle of the sun at a specific time and location. However, when working on a weather-related case that may seem cut and dry on the surface,…

Heat Wave Safety – Stay Cool as Temperatures Rise

Heat Wave Safety – Stay Cool as Temperatures Rise

Recently, temperatures along the West Coast have reached record highs. The extreme heat event was responsible for crop damage, buckled roads, blackouts, and several deaths. According to the World Health Organization, heat waves are considered the most dangerous natural hazard. In fact, high temperatures are responsible for killing hundreds of people every year. As temperatures…

An Outlook on the 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season

An Outlook on the 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season

The 2021 Atlantic hurricane season is expected to be another above-average season. After 2020’s record-breaking season, it’s hard to believe that 2021 could compare. Although a previous year cannot tell us what will happen in the following year, scientists have already predicted 2021 will be another very active season. What Does an Average Season Look Like?  The Atlantic Basin hurricane season will officially begin on June 1st and run through November 30th. An average Atlantic hurricane…

2020 Hurricane Season

2020 Hurricane Season

The 2020 hurricane season is officially over! November 30 marked the end of a record-breaking Atlantic hurricane season with 30 named storms. Back in May, NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center predicted an above average season, forecasting 13 to 19 named storms, of which 6 to 10 would become hurricanes, and 3 to 6 of these would…

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