The HailStrike Impact Score and Patented Intensity Scale
We have carefully developed a tool that "grades" a storm and then assigns a SCORE to help you analyze storms and get your assets in place quickly. Several conditions and dynamics are taken in to affect in order to provide you with clear data.
The Impact Score extends from 0 to 5:
- Hail distribution
- Hail size (maximum and average)
- The intensity of hail
- Population in the affected area
- Housing units in the affected area
- Ground Truth
|1||Potentially Damaging||Potential damage to fruit, crops, vegetation.|
|2||Isolated Minor Damage||Minor damage to vehicle bodywork and tiled roofs in an isolated area.|
|3||Isolated Damage||Damage to tiled roofs in populated areas.|
|4||Widespread Damage||Damage to tiled roofs and glass in several populated areas.|
|5||Widespread Destruction||Severe damage to tiled roofs, grounded aircraft, and a risk of injury in several heavily populated areas.|
The HailStrike Patented Intensity Score
"Did it hail?" "How big was it?" "Where was it?"
Let's face it: Everyone asks these questions almost immediately following severe weather. The good news is; using HailStrike tools you can know the answer within minutes after a storm. View the hail size, direction, hail paths, population in an area, housing units in an area, and spotter reports (ground truth). Our premium AniSwath hail map can also be viewed which will show you the intensity and duration of hail. If there was a ton of 3/4" hail as opposed to only a few stones of 2" - wouldn't you want to know that before you spent time and gas to find out otherwise?
This score was partly based on the TORRO Hail Scale. We utilized NOAA's hail size as well.