Global Warming experts say to expect extreme storms, rain and snow in future years.
According to a study on U.S. weather, climate experts are telling us to get ready for dramatic and extreme weather conditions. These are both rain and snow storm precipitation.
FEMA is warning that people should began to prepare themselves for these events and have proper plans and insurance coverage. Residents should also contact their insurance agent concerning property inspections. The home inspector or commercial property inspector, will survey the insured risk for situations that may be, or become, a problem.
Loss Control Property Inspections are the primary property evaluation of
a property used by Insurance Companies. A Loss Control Consultant may
also be a good source of information concerning insurance company
concerns - Loss Control Consultants may also be Loss Control Property Inspectors - Commercial property inspectors - C.O.P.E Survey Inspectors.
Snow Falls have decreased, however Blizzards have increased. Some studies say that certain computer models show an expected decrease in snow fall over the next 50 years. These same computer models are also the ones that show the expected increase in the extreme weather that people should expect.
The New World of weather is predicted by many climate scientists, however, many people say that the idea of a warmer world does not make them believe in more catastrophic events.
People who do believe should consult with their Insurance Company concerning Home-Owner catastrophic property insurance and catastrophic health insurance. Commercial-Property Owners should also get information on catastrophic commercial-property insurance and on catastrophic business-continuation insurance.
The answer lies in atmospheric physics. The National Snow and Ice Data Center may be another source of information.
Many are still skeptic - to be, or, not to be - THAT is the question?
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