View Damaging Winds Across the U.S. With Unparalleled Detail

Wind is one of nature’s most difficult hazards to measure. Unlike hail, which can be visually seen and tends to concentrate in the center of severe storms, wind is invisible and can vary widely over small geographic areas.

With Wind Speed Maps from CoreLogic®, clients can compare detailed storm maps to their book of business to better understand the impact of each unique storm, enabling a proactive rather than reactive storm response. By being able to pinpoint affected areas, insurance carriers, independent claims adjusters, CAT teams, roofing engineers and roofing contractors can develop swifter, more targeted response plans, to improve customer satisfaction and catastrophe response efficiency.

Built on Proprietary Science

Our Wind Verification Reports and Wind Speed Maps are powered by a full automated, severe wind verification system from CoreLogic. This system combines proprietary three-dimensional storm models with artificial intelligence, radar data, and real-world observations to analyze what actually happened. CoreLogic is the only provider of wind-speed maps and address-level wind verification data dating back to 2009.

Product Overview

  • Wind Speed Maps are available from January 1, 2009, to the current date (updated in real-time on an hourly basis)
  • Know where high wind speeds occurred from 40 to 160 mph
  • 5-mph precision
  • 100 percent continental U.S. land and population coverage
  • Included Bing Maps® for road maps and satellite view
  • Available for local region, state, multiple states, or entire U.S.
  • Compatible with both PCs and mobile devices such as iPad, iPhone, and Droid


Order Wind Speed Maps online with instant delivery to your Weather Verification Services account for immediate viewing. Shapefiles, .kmz, or other GIS formats are optionally available for overlay and comparison with policy-in-force, claims, sales or other data at an additional charge.

Whether in your office or out in the field, you can view Wind Speed Maps on a PC or an Internet-enabled mobile device such as the iPad, iPhone, or Droid.

Displayed on your computer screen

Emailed to your inbox

Archived permanently in your Weather Verification Services account