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PLRB Catastrophe Services. Peter Balingit Meteorologist, GISP Director – PLRB Catastrophe Services pbalingit@plrb.org. Andrew Louchios Geologist - Geospatial Specialist PLRB Catastrophe Services alouchios@plrb.org. @p lrb_cats. Daily Reports – SSOS. Severe Storm and Occurrence Summary

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PLRB Catastrophe Services

Peter BalingitMeteorologist, GISPDirector – PLRB Catastrophe Services

pbalingit@plrb.org

Andrew LouchiosGeologist - Geospatial SpecialistPLRB Catastrophe Services

alouchios@plrb.org

@plrb_cats


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Daily Reports – SSOS

Severe Storm and Occurrence Summary

  • Our unique state-by-state detailed summary of tornado, hail, wind, rain/flooding, fire, and earthquake activity, as well as other events such as riots.

  • It is organized by PLRB  Occurrence Number, date, ZIP code, county, city, latitude/longitude, and time of occurrence.


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Daily Reports – Threats Assessment

  • Cumulative report detailing forecasted weather events and ongoing disasters that may affect insured from current day to the next 10 days.

  • Topics covered:

    Current to Day 8 Severe Weather ForecastCurrent to Day 8 Fire Weather ForecastCurrent to Day 3 Precipitation ForecastCurrent to Day 3 Heavy Snow and Icing ForecastCurrent to Day 6 River Flood ForecastHazards Assessment for the next 10 days


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Historical Database

  • The Historical Database is a live, on-line search of Severe Storm and Occurrence Summary data from January 1993 to present.

  • Additional tornado, wind and hail data from 1950 – 1992 is also available.

  • Weather images and geocoded files are archived on-line for 18 months. Older data is available upon request.


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Historical Database –

Lightning Probability

  • Lightning Probability Maps are developed by the NWS, Meteorological Development Lab.

  • Forecasts the probability of one or more cloud to ground lightning strikes during the two hour forecast period.

  • Claims departments can quickly see if a high probability of lightning existed in the area of the claimant.



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What is GIS?

  • Data is linked to a map layer

  • Layers linked together by geography

  • Visual presentation of database information


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GIS that you already know

  • Google Earth

  • Microsoft MapPoint

  • Google Maps

  • Yahoo Maps

  • Road Atlases

  • National Park Maps


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GIS Data – PLRB

  • Since late 1998 Catastrophe Services has provided GIS data to Member companies.

  • ESRI’s ArcGIS and Mapinfo Professional are the two most popular off the shelf GIS applications. PLRB provides data in both formats.

  • Perils are geocoded using latitude/longitude and can be imported into GIS software.


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GIS Data – PLRB Map

  • This online mapping application provides member company researchers with a tool to search our historical database for severe event information by address.

  • Adjusters can enter an address or upload their policyholders and pinpoint the locations on a map, identifying the geospatial location in relationship to forecast and reported events.

  • Cat Managers can make strategic decisions days in advance, using forecast data.


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GIS Data – PLRB Map

  • Examples of GIS data available:

    • Tropical storm / hurricane wind field forecasts

    • Severe weather forecast outlooks and active weather watches / warnings

    • Daily severe weather reports

    • GeoMAC fire perimeters

    • Earthquakes and shaking intensity

    • Lightning probability

    • NEXRAD hail size and wind speed estimates

    • Special events (riots, fires, hazmat incidents)

    • Post event imagery



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Tornado Damage

ZIP Code 35405

Tornado Damage Path

327 Total Policies

63 Policies

If you don't know where your policies are located, you cannot accurately assess your exposure!



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PLRB MapMobile:GPS address or search by address


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PLRB MapMobile:Peril History results


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PLRB MapMobile:Peril details


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PLRB MapMobile:Pre-event satellite view


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PLRB MapMobile:Send e-mail link


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PLRB MapMobile:Open emailed link on desktop, in PLRB Map


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Peter BalingitMeteorologist, GISPDirector – PLRB Catastrophe Servicespbalingit@plrb.org

Andrew LouchiosGeologist - Geospatial SpecialistPLRB Catastrophe Servicesalouchios@plrb.org

@plrb_cats