Welcome to Hail Trends, the ultimate hail storm research tool.

Every year there are thousands of hail storm reports all over the United States, some of them causing massive property damage. Large hail has the potential to damage or injure crops, automobiles, roofing and anything else that is foolish enough to be in the way.

Finding the extent of the damage zone has in the past been a very expensive endeavor. Hail maps can sometimes cost hundreds of dollars each to have created and even then they do not really show you where the damage occurred. Thousands can be spent flying from place to place looking at damage in person.

What if you could research an area completely before spending that money. What if you could see that the storm only crossed one medium subdivision and a bunch of corn fields. You can do all that easily from the comfort of your office or home.

Our hail storm research tools offer much more, for much less:

  • Up to the minute hail, tornado and wind reports
  • Hail history for any area of the United States (90,000+ hail reports)
  • Population information for damaged areas
  • Storm In Motion –  See the storm that caused a hail report
  • Detailed hail maps showing the exact route of the hail storm
  • Export hail report data
  • GPS enabled maps for smartphone use
  • Monitor areas for hail with text notification
  • Coming Soon! View all apartment buildings within a hail zone
  • Coming Soon! View all car lots within a hail zone

How much does this much information cost?

Right now all of our tools are free to use. You must first register for an account to use some of the functions (saving hail maps, etc). With us passing 20,000 registered users recently the server costs have become much higher than the small amount that advertising brings in.

In the near future we will be rolling out a subscription based service as well as a suite of tools that will be free to use. Until then, have fun and research all you want. An email will be sent to all registered with more information soon.

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