Severe convective storms – including straight-line winds, tornados, hail and severe thunderstorms – are among the most frequent and damaging natural hazard events that occur in the U.S. With their season peaking from March to June, severe convective storm activity is the biggest cause of weather-related property damage nationwide. Due to the ongoing threat of climate change, it is likely that the frequency and severity of these events will continue to increase, translating to more property-related damage.
Read this report to discover:
- What exactly severe convective storms are, and the elements that make them so destructive.
- The financial losses to insurance companies caused by severe convective storms.
- How to leverage data-driven models and the most modern technology to evaluate severe convective storm risk.