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Unique Hurricane Patricia experience told by German-Texan couple

Andre Babiak and Yvonne Schultheiss are happy, laid-back residents of Bahía de Banderas, a municipality just north of Puerto Vallarta. Their home is situated about 2/10 of a mile from Mexico’s Pacific Coast. Andre and Yvonne, originally from Germany, previously lived on a ranch in the Texas Hill Country (near Garner State Park) since 2001 with their two […]

October’s Weather Across the Country

The months of 2014 seem to be flying by faster and faster! Halloween has come and gone and October’s weather across the country has been less than quiet. Severe storms, tropical storms, hurricane-force winds, a nor’easter and an erupting volcano have been on the weather map this month. Let’s recap what October’s weather has looked […]

September’s Weather Across the Country

Hard to believe September has come and gone and now we’re in a brand new season, Fall! As seen throughout every month a variety of weather patterns splashed across parts of the U.S. so let’s take a look at September’s weather across the country. Record early snowfall hit Rapid City, South Dakota; Boulder, Colorado; North […]


CatCREW is the catastrophe business unit of IAS Claim Services and has the ability to deploy hundreds of personal and commercial lines adjusters to catastrophic events across the U.S. within 24 hours. Since 1984, IAS CatCREW has earned one of the best reputations for our high-quality, rapid response to catastrophes. In the midst of disaster, […]

One Year Anniversary of Superstorm Sandy

Today marks the one year anniversary of superstorm Sandy, a monstrous hurricane that left portions of the East Coast and one of the nation’s largest cities in complete shreds. With unimaginable force, this storm merged with a second storm and mutated into a dangerous monster. In the year since Sandy blew through the East Coast, meteorologists […]