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Welcome to ForensicMeteorology.com


Where attorneys and insurance adjusters turn
for expert meteorological analysis.

The number of legal and insurance situations with environmental overtones has been on the rise.

Increasingly, the outcomes of many cases depend on knowing what the weather conditions were at the exact time and place that an incident occurred.

This is where we provide the proof.

August 12, 2017 - Black ice


“Black ice” is a term used to describe clear, thin and smooth ice that allows for the underlying surface, often blacktop, to be seen.  It usually results from either freeing rain or the freezing of preexisting liquid water.




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