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ATTOM’s Weather Risk Data Mitigates Storm Damage
Assess Your Risk with ATTOM
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change predicts increasing change in the frequency, intensity, and spatial extent of weather extremes. Communities armed with weather risk data stand a better chance of minimizing the financial and physical damage posed by weather events and climate change.
ATTOM’s weather risk datasets provide information down to the level of individual property addresses or by zip code. ATTOM provides a risk index based on the relative risk of hail, hurricane, tornado, and wind calculated from U.S. Geological Survey research. ATTOM’s climate risk data is an invaluable asset that allows businesses, individuals, governments, and communities to understanding the impact of weather and climate on any location.
How Can You Use ATTOM’s Climate & Weather Risk Data?
Utility companies rely on accurate weather data and predictive analytics to prepare for severe weather events and to ensure critical services, such as power and water, are quickly restored in the aftermath.