Instead of rain showers, you may expect some snowy flowers this upcoming spring season. Snow has been more likely to occur in the spring then Christmas. And the Easter egg hunt you have planned can become pretty hard to have when you have to search through the cold snow. According to the Weather Channel, much of the northern tier of the country will endure rounds of cold and snow into March and April before springlike air creeps in.
Snow insurance is a popular type of coverage offered by US Weather Insurance that works well for special events that might be affected by snowfall as well as businesses whose bottom line is impacted by excessive or lack of snow. A snow insurance policy can be designed to protect against the cancellation or impact of lower attendance for an event (i.e. trade show, corporate events, etc.). It could also be designed to protect municipalities, property managers and other organizations from the financial risks associated with removing excessive amounts of snow. Alternatively, this product can work to protect an insured whose business relies on a certain amount of snow (i.e. ski resorts, snow mobile manufacturers, etc.).
As one of America’s famous groundhogs declared last week: a slow transition to spring is in store for most of the United States this year. If this interferes with your spring events, this could end up costing you money in the end. To avoid the huge payout, speak to one of our representatives at 888-982-5488 about snow insurance.