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Forensic Weather Experts More Important Now Than Ever

Contributed by James Bria, CompuWeather Sr. Forensic Meteorologist and Weather Expert

With the vast amount of weather data that is available on the internet nowadays, the utilization of a forensic meteorologist is now more important than ever. Sure, you may think that it is easier and cheaper to search your favorite weather site to get data for the trial beginning tomorrow but what you don’t know can hurt you and ultimately may lose you the case. Determining the right data to use, the data that is relevant to your case, and which data is admissible as evidence in court are all things better left to an experienced weather expert.

The meteorologists here at CompuWeather have tremendous experience with litigation involving the use of weather data and the proper procedures and methods to prepare for a weather-related case. We use our extensive experience to determine the site specific weather conditions and which data is admissible as evidence in court. Since weather data can be confusing and potentially misleading, why not use trained meteorologists to give you the clear, plain English weather facts?