Winter Storm Jonas – Provencher Ready to Respond!

WINTER STORM JONAS

Winter Storm JonasProvencher & Company is on alert as Winter Storm Jonas threatens the eastern coast of the US. Winter Storm Jonas kicked off Thursday with an initial round of snow and ice, and will turn into a major snowstorm later today into the weekend over a large swath of the East Coast. Heavy snow is expected to fall across parts of at least 15 states, with blizzard conditions possible over parts of the Washington D.C., Baltimore and New York City metro areas. Winter Storm Jonas will also feature strong, possibly damaging winds, significant icing and coastal flooding.

Snow and Ice Impacts

  • At least 1 foot of snow likely: Eastern Kentucky into most of West Virginia, Virginia except southeast portion, most of Maryland, D.C., northern Delaware, far southern Pennsylvania and extreme northwest North Carolina. Parts of these areas may see more than 20 inches of total snowfall.
  • At least 6 inches of snow likely: I-95 corridor northward through New York City/Long Island, westward into the Ohio Valley and northwest Tennessee. 
  • Sharp snowfall gradient: There remains considerable uncertainty regarding snow amounts on the northern edge of Jonas’ snow shield from Pennsylvania to southern New England. These areas could see snowfall exceeding 6 inches, but confidence is not as high as areas just to the south.
  • Ice: The highest probability of accumulating ice to the extent of not only leading to slick roads, but also some tree damage and power outages, includes parts of central and eastern Kentucky, northern South Carolina and western and central North Carolina. Lighter ice accumulation may still lead to slick roads from eastern Arkansas to southern Virginia.

 

Provencher & Company has seasoned adjusters with over 30 years experience and we stand ready to help! We offer a team of qualified personnel who are highly educated, trained and experienced in analyzing and evaluating property damage in both residential and commercial losses.

We are here and ready to assist you.

Send New Assignments To:

Email: claims@provencherclaims.com

Fax: (866) 853-6198

Phone: (866) PC-Claim


Provencher & Company is a nationwide provider of property and liability claims solutions and independent expert services. We support innovative, comprehensive claims solutions to the specific needs of our clients who include insurance companies, brokers, MGAs, wholesalers, E&S markets, reinsurance companies, Lloyd’s and law firms. Provencher & Company has built and maintains a national catastrophe claims center in Hammond, Louisiana.

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One thought on “Winter Storm Jonas – Provencher Ready to Respond!

  1. Don, Please keep us n mind if we can be of service on this event.

     Jody Barrett, CGAjodybarrett@rocketmail.com806-340-3542

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