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Spring is the Season to Turn to CompuWeather!

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

For most of the country, spring is the season that brings the widest variety of weather, and it’s just around the corner. Warm air starts to creep further northward, while cold air is stubborn to retreat back towards the Arctic. One day it might be 70 degrees, the next it might be 30 degrees. Snowstorms and ice storms are still a possibility, while thunderstorms, hail, and tornadoes start to make a comeback. Flooding from snowmelt and heavy rains is often an issue during this season as well. It’s been a long active winter for many of us, and who knows what this year’s spring will bring! We can document all types of weather issues that you may encounter this spring. From the last gasp of wintry weather to the first appearances of severe weather, we’re ready and waiting to figure out what happened at the site of loss and to help you resolve your case or claim as quickly as possible. If you’ve only used us for one type of weather issue in the past, remember that we can prepare reports for all types of weather. We look forward to working with you this spring!