Forecast Wind TREND for locations

Forecast wind trend.  It indicates the change in a locationís forecast wind from the prior forecast advisory and is extremely helpful in quantifying the effect of a newly released forecast from the National Hurricane Center (or JTWC).  This information will be included on all location impact type reports as well as the risk analysis function, the narrative impact statement and a county thematic chart.
 

Example of Wind Impact Summary Report with new Forecast Wind Trend field
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Notice how the trend field indicates how some areas have had their forecast wind increase significantly and other areas decrease.



The Forecast Wind Trend information can also be shown on a county thematic map. The sample below was from when Hurricane Charley in 2004 made a significant track and intensity change.

 


The Forecast Wind Trend information is included in the Narrative Impact Statement



As well as in the Executive Summary and Risk Impact Reports
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Risk Impact Report
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