May 28, 2019 | Severe Hail Storm in Omaha, Nebraska and Denver, Colorado

May 28, 2019 | Severe Hail Storm in Omaha, Nebraska and Denver, Colorado

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May 28, 2019 | Severe Hail Storm in Omaha, Nebraska and Denver, Colorado

Omaha, NE and Denver, CO On 5/28/2019 during the early morning hours, a severe hail storm took place over Douglas County, NE and Denver County, CO causing widespread damag ...

Omaha, NE and Denver, CO

On 5/28/2019 during the early morning hours, a severe hail storm took place over Douglas County, NE and Denver County, CO causing widespread damage from 1.00″ and 1.25″ hailstones, respectively. This damage contributed to property losses county-wide, including damage to roof coverings and vehicles.

The Omaha, NE city area was struck by quarter sized hail at approximately 4:06 AM CST. The National Weather Service had issued a severe thunderstorm warning. The storms produced 60 mile per hour winds which drove the hail to severely impact residential dwellings and commercial buildings in the area

The Denver, CO city area was struck by half dollar sized hail at approximately 1:20 AM CST. The National Weather Service had issued a severe thunderstorm warning. The storms produced high winds which drove the hail to severely impact residential dwellings and commercial buildings in the area

Hail storms are common in both Denver, CO and Omaha, NE, where on a typical year there may be 13 days of hail for both cities.

Nationwide, hail insurance claims total $1 billion of damage to property and crops each year. Typically, 1″ hail or larger causes damage to roof coverings and exterior surfaces, but depending on the material and existing condition, smaller hail can also produce damage. Hail is often part of other severe weather damage, including tornadoes, thunderstorms or lightning strikes.

Engineering Specialists Inc. has more than 25 years of field experience in analyzing hail damage to vehicles, residential, commercial, and industrial buildings. We can work on any project in any state, nationwide. When you or your business needs to confirm the extent of damage from this or any other hail storm, please contact us anytime at office@esinationwide.com or call us, toll free, at 855-874-1780.

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