Every weather report generated in PSAI comes with a "Current Risk Factor" assigned to it, as shown in the screenshot below.
The three possible risk factors for any address are Low Risk, Medium Risk, and High Risk.
The assignment of each risk level is determined by the total number of hail and wind events that have touched that specific address. (While the storm report names only the 5 most recent storms, our weather data goes back to 2010 and assesses risk based on that entire period of time.)
Hail events are weighted higher in the calculation due to the greater potential to cause roofing damage, as compared to wind.
Not sure how to view a storm report for a specific address? Follow these instructions to learn how to generate a storm report of a single address (and immediately send it to the homeowner, if you want to!).