With three weeks of winter left, how will you adjust to the shift in weather. You may think your event is in the clear from winter storms and the effects of snow and ice. However, spring weather brings its own list of possible problematic weather. Spring isn’t full of just blooming flowers and breezy 70 degree temperatures. For some parts of the United States, it brings the year’s most dangerous weather.
Spring is when there is the highest potential for damaging tornadoes, among other threats like thunderstorms which has potential for damaging winds, flooding and lightning strikes. Whether your event is indoors or out, your event can be affected by any of these damaging weather scenarios. For example if lightning strikes the building of your event, electricity can pass through the wiring which can cause severe damage to any of your electrical appliances that are plugged in. And it goes without being said that tornadoes can definitely become problematic for your event. If it is strong enough, a tornado can make a car, truck or other large vehicle airborne. So imagine what it can do to your venues building.
In the early spring, snowstorms are still a potential extreme weather problem. And as an effect of spring’s warm temperatures, rainfall and melting snow can cause large amounts of runoff and flooding in a very short period of time.
To prevent your event from the effects of spring related weather we encourage you to get weather insurance. With US Weather Insurance we can create a policy that is specific for your event to make sure you can avoid the possibility of having a huge lost of revenue and/or unrecoverable expenses due to the weather. Give us a call at 888-982-5488.