Benefit from using our model to gain a clear understanding of your winterstorm risk.
Understand U.S. and Canada cross-border risk correlation to assist with accumulation management and portfolio growth strategies.
Tap into the strengths of four-dimensional numerical weather modeling combined with statistical analysis of historical conditions.
Improve internal evaluation, stress testing, and benchmarking using reconstructions of nine major historic winterstorm events.
Comprehensive Event Set
Use a fully representative stochastic event set characterizing 30,000 years of winterstorm activity, capturing all four sub-perils with spatial and temporal correlations.
How Does U.S. Winterstorm Risk Impact Your Portfolio?
Events such as the record snowfall in Boston and around the northeastern U.S. during 2015 cost insurers over $2 billion. Watch this video and discover more about the winter of 2015.Watch Video
Winter 2015: A Season to Remember (or Forget)
This winter has brought a barrage of storms and Arctic air to more than half of the U.S., notably the New England region, resulting in record amounts of snow, sleet, freezing rain, and bitterly cold temperatures. Arguably, no other major city has been more directly impacted than Boston, Massachusetts. As of March 9, the city has received 105.7 inches of snow this season over three times the average seasonal total for the region! It's the second…
Winter Storm Juno: Three Facts about “Snowmageddon 2015”
By Jeff Waters, meteorologist and senior analyst, business solutions There were predictions that Winter Storm Juno—which many in the media and on social media dubbed “Snowmageddon 2015”—would be one of the worst blizzards to ever hit the East Coast. By last evening, grocery stores from New Jersey to Maine were stripped bare and residents were hunkered down in their homes. Blizzard of 2015: Bus Snow Prep. Photo: Metropolitan Transportation…
The Blizzard of 2016: The Historical Significance of Winter Storm Jonas
Many of us in the Northeastern U.S. can remember the Blizzard of 1996 as a crippling winter weather event that dumped multiple feet of snow across major cities along the I-95 corridor of Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, New York City, and Boston. 20 years later, another historic winter storm has joined the 1996 event in the record books, this time occurring in a more socially connected world where winter storms are given names that share a resemblance to a…
Better Understand Your Winterstorm Risk