We are proud to announce our latest software product, designed specifically for construction, restoration, insurance, agriculture or any industry that relies on real-time storm damage information. LiveHailReports.com is web-based hail tracking software that allows users to pinpoint areas of hail damage on an interactive map. Tabular data is also provided with detailed information including:
- Up-to-the-minute Hail Damage Reports anywhere in the United States
- Nearest street address, hail size, and remarks about damage
- Interactive map with aerial photography of homes, businesses
- Export data to Microsoft Excel or Google Earth
- Web-based: works on any computer or mobile device with full browser
See the video below for an overview of the product and its features.
Live Hail Reports also offers historical hail data going back several years, starting at $19.95 for a year's worth of data for an individual state.
If you know anyone who could use this hail locator service, please send them our way!
"During the outbreak of the tornados this week-end. I decided to buy it. I live in Joplin, Missouri area. Last year we were devastated in the F-5 tonrado. Weather Defender this week-end gave me the comfort and knowledge to know that I was on the frontline getting information first hand as it happened. I did not have to wait on delayed weather reports of what was coming our way. I knew what was happening NOW. I could look in ever direction and receive firsthand radar reports of ongoing storms miles and hours away from me. After last years May 22 tornado in Joplin and losing so much. Weather Defender has made our lives less stressful just knowing we are in control of our safety firsthand. Thank You."
The weather in the central U.S. has turned crazy! There are winter storm warnings in the northern tier of states, there are wind advisories on the map and then there's severe weather in Nebraska and Kansas. This map shows just how crazy it's getting. In this view, there's hardly a spot that isn't either currently affected or will be soon.
The winter weather is expected to continue across the Great Lakes and up into New England Wednesday afternoon through Thursday morning. Parts of Wisconsin could see 8-12 inches, New York state could see 3-6 inches and up around Concord, New Hampshire is likely to see nearly a foot of snow.
The severe weather is expected to march through Missouri, Illinois and Kentucky through the overnight hours tonight and up through the Ohio Valley on Wednesday. This will push eventually into the mid-Atlantic region bringing a chance for severe weather into the nation's capital.