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I’m Working on a Foreign Case, Does CompuWeather Have Weather Data For Other Countries?

Contributed by Kim Cuozzo, Marketing Associate, Forensic Weather Marketing Team

World_GlobeWhile the majority of the cases and claims we work on occur in the United States, we do also prepare weather reports for weather-related incidents in other countries. A sample of some of the countries we have prepared reports for are Canada, South Africa, Russia, China, Mexico, Spain, Guatemala, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, Slovenia, Pakistan, and Italy. We have covered all different types of weather issues in these countries, ranging from slip & falls to flooding. We also routinely provide marine weather reports for all over the world, across all different oceans and bodies of water, ranging from the English Channel to the Gulf of Thailand. When presented with a case from another country, we get in touch with the meteorological agency in that country to see what kind of data is available to us.  Some countries do have limited weather data and don’t record all of the variables that we are used to having here in the United States where we are accustomed to working with easily accessible and plentiful weather information. The international weather data that we have access to, whatever the amount, is much better than what the typical person can find online.  If you are working on a weather-related case or claim in a foreign country or international waters, get in touch with us to see if we can help. You may be surprised by what we can do, and most likely we will be able to assist you!