Minnesota 2012 hail report data obtained from the NOAA’s National Weather Service (www.spc.noaa.gov). The data has been entered into these maps and provides you with a detailed perspective on hail and wind reports throughout Minnesota. Minnesota Hail Damage Maps are updated frequently to provide current potential Minnesota storm damage information. If your property has been affected by storm damage (hail or wind) and the maps do not reflect this please inform us by sending an e-mail to email@example.com.
Our goal is to provide accurate data for property owners that are wondering if their property may have been affected by recent storms. Click on the balloons below for a detailed description including the hail size and the date that the hail was reported.
You have 1-2 years, depending on your insurance policy, to file a claim for damage to your property. If your property is located in close proximity to the path of one of these storms you should have it inspected to ensure that you will not have a problem down the road. Don’t wait until it’s too late!
November 10, 2012: Fridley
June 19, 2012: Detroit Lakes, Emily, Emmaville, Silver Bay, Two Inlets
June 17, 2012: Waconia, Northfield, New Prague, Lonsdale, Foxhome, Hancock, Starbuck, Montevideo, Willmar, Stewart, Dundas, Webster
June 14, 2012: Minneapolis, Maplewood, Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, Mahtomedi, Roseville, St.Paul, Henderson.
May 2, 2012: Bear Valley, Cerro Gordo, Faribault, Grove City, Hancock, Hanska, Lake City, Litchfield, Mankato, North Mankato, Medford, Milan, Millerville, Morristown, Nassau, New Ulm, Oak Center, Parkers Prairie, Springfield., Wabasha, Wanamingo, Warsaw, Waseca, Waterville, Watson, Zumbrota
Hail can cause lots of damage to a property. Stinson Services is a professional hail and storm damage restoration company located in Edina, MN. You'll get a free home inspection and unbelievable service by all of our team members to help you with the insurance claim process. Visit our Free Hail Map to find out if your MN property was hit.