The Nation's Leading Snow and Ice Verification Service
We are now accepting sign ups for the 2014-15 winter season!
Avoid endless hours of searching for snow storm totals, avoid contract disputes and maintain a high level of professionalism this winter season! Whether you are a snow plowing contractor that removes snow and ice or a property manager looking to verify the invoices received, both parties are confronted with the same situation. How can you document the snow totals that occurred at a specific location? WeatherWorks Certified Snowfall Totals (CST)TM is the answer that you have been looking for!
Immediately following each winter storm, our meteorologists collect, disseminate and verify for accuracy, the snow totals for any zip code location in the US. With access to our Certified Snowfall Totals service, all snow storm totals are generally made available to you within 48 hours after the conclusion of each winter storm event! Snowfall totals are archived in our database with access to all storm events from the current winter and prior two seasons. Best of all, there are no long lists of towns to sort through and you do not have to estimate or guess the snow total for your specific city, town or zip code.
Each snow | ice storm summary includes:
- A complete narrative description containing pertinent storm details
(2-3 hour breakdown of start time, end time, temperature, wind, post storm conditions)
- Zip code resolution of snowfall totals reported to the nearest tenth of an inch
- A range in ice accretion from freezing rain (if applicable)
- Certification statement signed by a Meteorologist
Other Certified Snowfall Total service features:
- Email notification when a storm summary is posted online for your state
- Access to monthly and seasonal snow storm totals
- Customize reports for individual locations
- Print a report, Save as a PDF, or Download the snowfall data into excel
Where do our snowfall totals and ice measurements come from?
WeatherWorks utilizes various networks of public and private observers including National Weather Service snow storm spotters, cooperative observers, colleges and universities, municipal and county road departments, Doppler RADAR, satellite imagery, and other private entities. We do not just rely on snowfall totals from an airport several miles away or even a computer generated snowfall estimate. All snow totals we provide to you are reviewed, verified and deemed as accurate by our expert Meteorologists.
Interested in our certified snowfall totals service? Sign up now
or please fill out our Request Form
for more information.