There are a few ways you can tell for sure if bad weather is coming your way. You may notice the sky get dark or the wind pick up. But, when you’re listening to the television or radio, do you understand what the broadcaster is saying? Knowing the difference the difference between a severe weather watch and a severe weather warning can be life saving information. Whenever severe weather strikes, know our team of public insurance adjusters serve Minneapolis, Green Bay and more. Call us to get somebody on your side.
Severe Weather Warning
A severe weather warning is issued when there is a chance that bad weather will strike your area. It means that the weather isn’t an immediate threat, but it’s time to start getting prepared. If there is a tornado warning, pull in your free-standing lawn furniture. If there is a severe thunderstorm warning, it’s time to find the flashlight. Keep your eye on the weather, as a warning may quickly change to a watch, especially with fast moving storms.
Severe Weather Watch
A severe weather watch occurs when there is dangerous weather threatening your immediate area. For example, if there is a flood watch, it means there is flooding occurring in your area at that moment. When you see a severe weather watch, it is time to act. Take shelter, if necessary and take extra precautions.
After Severe Weather
Once severe weather has moved through the area, you may notice some damage around your property. If this is the case, you’ll want to have someone one your side, when dealing with your insurance company. That’s where we come in. Our team is prepared to take on all communication with your insurance company, to help make sure you get the compensation you deserve.
Are you in need of a public insurance adjuster? Give us a call today at 866-512-LOSS (5677) or request a free consultation online.