The Nation's Leading Snow and Ice Verification Service
When you purchase WeatherWorks Certified Snowfall Totals™ you are receiving the nation's leading source for snow and ice verification! Our service ispreferred among snow removal contractors and the #1 service to property and facility managers because a meteorologist is directly involved in all phases in the creation of your post storm reports. From collection of storm measurements to quality controlling and assigning totals to your locations, there is a trained analyst working for you every step of the way.
Avoid endless hours of searching online for winter storm totals, avoid contract disputes and streamline your billing process this winter! Whether you are a snow plow contractor that removes snow and ice or a property / facility manager looking to verify the invoices received, our professional meteorologists can help you objectively document the amount of snow or ice at a particular location. Do not simply rely on an airport measurement 10 miles away from your site or even a computer generated estimate. Certified Snowfall Totals™ are professional, accurate and reliable!
Post Storm Reports Include:
- A complete narrative description containing pertinent storm details
Details may include: 2-3 hour range in start time / end time, temperature, wind (if applicable) and any other relevant storm conditions
- Totals reported to the nearest one-tenth of an inch for any snow and/or ice accumulation
- Official certification from our Operational Meteorologist
Certified Snowfall Totals™ features:
- Email notification and easy access to our on-line database within 48 hours of each storm event
- Monthly and seasonal cumulative snow totals
- Receive notification for seasonal thresholds / caps
- Advanced Search by date, season, location, accumulation amount and precipitation type
- Export options for reports support Print, PDF and Microsoft Excel
- Create Sub Users for specific sets of locations
Our Process and Methodology
First, a professional meteorologist determines where and when any wintry precipitation occurred by analyzing recorded observations from surface observing stations, Doppler radar imagery and a network of over 1,000 web cams (among other tools).
Next, our meteorologist gathers storm-total snowfall data from a wide array of sources including National Weather Service cooperative observers and storm spotters, observing networks run by colleges and universities, road and highway department personnel, private weather observers, media, on-line forums, as well as our own staff meteorologists and interns.
Once all the data is collected, our meteorologist follows a detailed process to manually analyze the snowfall observations for spatial and temporal consistency, ensuring any errant or biased observations are removed from the dataset.
Finally, our meteorologist assigns a representative storm-total snowfall amount to each of your locations on a city / ZIP-code level, using the snowfall data they quality controlled along with their knowledge of the region (e.g., local topography).
Interested in our Certified Snowfall Totals™ service? Sign up now, request a Demo, or fill out our Request Form for more information.