Thunderstorms of Oceania: Climatology

Thunderstorms of Oceania: Climatology

Welcome to the third instalment to the climatology of thunderstorms series. This time we’re taking on the vast continent of Oceania. This is a region of enormous contrasts, spanning moisture-laden tropics around Indonesia, to parched Australian outback, to the green…

Euro 2020 v. World Cup 2022: Which is Hotter?

Euro 2020 v. World Cup 2022: Which is Hotter?

No sooner has the Premier League wrapped up, has the attention of millions turned toward a belated ‘summer of football’. Shoved into 2021 by the COVID-19 pandemic, the 16th UEFA European Championship looms large (a.k.a. ‘Euro 2020’). Unusually, this year’s…

Big Changes Predicted for Europe in Summer 2021

Big Changes Predicted for Europe in Summer 2021

A detailed, analogues-driven look at the summer prospects for Europe, which shows signs of being on the warm side in the north and unusually rainy in the south. Believe it or not, it’s that time of year already: the long…

Is Lower Air Pollution Increasing Received UV Radiation?

Is Lower Air Pollution Increasing Received UV Radiation?

It’s been an exceptionally challenging 12-14 months for populations across the world. The war against COVID-19 has been a predominantly negative experience for many of us. It makes a nice change, then, when a positive side-effect is identified. In this…

Thunderstorms of the USA: Climatology

Thunderstorms of the USA: Climatology

This is part two of a ‘thunderstorm climatology’ series that began with Europe in mid-March. The next one will be Oceania – yes, the whole continent! If you want to find the largest, most violent thunderstorms on the planet (for…

Spring Heat in Europe & USA: Hotter Faster

Spring Heat in Europe & USA: Hotter Faster

MetSwift’s Head Meteorologist examines some distinct trends toward hot days occurring sooner and more frequently in the USA and Europe and explains a worrying link to increasing drought risk during the hot season. After the chill of winter, a rise…

Apr-Jun 2021: Concerns Over Widespread Drought Potential in Western USA

Apr-Jun 2021: Concerns Over Widespread Drought Potential in Western USA

The State of Play: Parched Western Lands It’s not a good time for water resources in the south-western USA. From New Mexico to Nevada, most places are suffering an extreme to exceptional drought as of 18th March. This is despite…

The Thunderstorms of Europe: Climatology

The Thunderstorms of Europe: Climatology

Welcome to the first in a climatology of thunderstorms series that will later examine other highly populated regions including North America, parts of Asia, and Oceania. Lightning strikes. Destructive winds. Flash flooding. Damaging Hail. These are all threats posed by…

Spring Snows in Europe & The USA: A Dwindling Story

Spring Snows in Europe & The USA: A Dwindling Story

Across much of Europe and the USA, lying snow is proving increasingly scarce during the spring season. Losses are largest where the most days used to be seen: in the northern regions. Read on to discover just how big those…

A Slowing AMOC: Climate Change Mitigator?

A Slowing AMOC: Climate Change Mitigator?

On Thu 25th Feb 2021, Nature Geoscience published a new research paper titled ‘Current Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation weakest in last millennium’. It reports that a major oceanic circulation called the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) is the weakest it’s…

Could the Extreme Mid-Feb 2021 US Cold Spell Have Been Anticipated Months in Advance?

Could the Extreme Mid-Feb 2021 US Cold Spell Have Been Anticipated Months in Advance?

Record-Breaking Cold Mid-February 2021 is a time that many in the central USA won’t forget in a hurry. They experienced an Arctic air mass of a cold that some parts of the country had never reliably recorded before. Accompanying snow…

Deceiving Clouds: What Falls Above Doesn’t Fall Below

Deceiving Clouds: What Falls Above Doesn’t Fall Below

Last Saturday (13th Feb 2021), a band of snow slowly crossed Wales & much of England from the west. Yet if not for forecast and radar weather apps, it could easily have gone without notice. You see, the conditions beneath…

Worrying Winds & Concerning Cold: A Construction & Wind Power Outlook for Northwest Europe

Worrying Winds & Concerning Cold: A Construction & Wind Power Outlook for Northwest Europe

The Recent Past: An Extreme Weather Layout So far, this winter has brought mixed fortunes for the construction and wind power sectors. The predominant weather patterns have been far from ‘typical’ for the time of year. Low pressure has frequently…

2nd Week Feb 2021: High Risk of Severe Winter Weather in Northern Europe

2nd Week Feb 2021: High Risk of Severe Winter Weather in Northern Europe

As you may have heard on the news, Feb 2021 got underway in dramatic fashion over in Northeast USA. A major snowstorm, putting down 1-2 feet of snow across a wide area, has led to widespread power outages and disruption…

MetSwift’s Outlook for US Peak Tornado Season 2021

MetSwift’s Outlook for US Peak Tornado Season 2021

Early each year, Americans across large parts of the USA brace themselves for a reliable threat: tornadoes. According to official records held by the National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration (NOAA), tornadoes have been responsible for the following yearly averages during…

Could a ‘Beast from the East’ Visit Europe Soon?

Could a ‘Beast from the East’ Visit Europe Soon?

Right Now: Sudden Stratospheric Warming At the time of publication, a powerful warming of temperatures is occurring high up in the Earth’s atmosphere. This is called a sudden stratospheric warming (SSW). This is occurring on the flank of a vast…

Australia’s Summer 2021: How’s It Shaping Up?

Australia’s Summer 2021: How’s It Shaping Up?

As predicted by the MetSwift analogues, December 2020 didn’t follow the typical moderate La Niña pattern for New South Wales. In fact, it was even drier than anticipated, raising bushfire concerns for the opening third of 2021. This lack of…

Sudden Stratospheric Warming: What’s the Big Deal?

Sudden Stratospheric Warming: What’s the Big Deal?

If you’re a follower of meteorologists (weather and climate scientists) on Twitter, there’s a good chance you’ve heard of something called a ‘sudden stratospheric warming’ (SSW). You’ve probably seen excited discussions on Twitter regarding these SSWs and winter weather in…

Australia Bushfires: Chances of a 2019-20 Repeat in 2020-21?

Australia Bushfires: Chances of a 2019-20 Repeat in 2020-21?

The Previous Bushfire Season: A Searing Tragedy Spring-Summer 2019-20 was a memorable one for Australia – but sadly, not for a positive reason. Even before the peak summer heat, approx. 4 million acres were burned between the 1st Jul to…

High Sensitivity of Snow to Climate Change in Temperate Maritime Climates

High Sensitivity of Snow to Climate Change in Temperate Maritime Climates

Maritime Climate… Boating Nations? Not really, it’s a Köppen climate classification based on typical weather conditions and their seasonal patterns. Then again, these climates are associated with locations surrounded by ocean, so there’s some connection! A maritime climate is defined…

Australia’s Summer 2020-21: Will La Niña Increase the Heavy Rain Risk?

Australia’s Summer 2020-21: Will La Niña Increase the Heavy Rain Risk?

A Strange November of Restricted Rainfall Australia and Europe have an unusual parallel this month: Both have experienced shortages of rainfall across most of their land area. Below-left, I’ve saved a snapshot of the Australian Bureau of Meteorology’s analysis to…

Potential for a Cold Finish to 2020 in the UK?

Potential for a Cold Finish to 2020 in the UK?

In their October update, the National Ocean & Atmosphere Administration (NOAA) stated that La Niña conditions were present in the tropical Pacific Ocean. This event is characterised by anomalously cold waters along the equator from near the Dateline eastward. Overall,…

Rest of Autumn 2020 in Europe: Patience for Change

Rest of Autumn 2020 in Europe: Patience for Change

As much of north-western Europe battles with some seriously soggy weather while the southeast struggles to leave summer heat behind, many will be looking for signs of change to come this autumn. Let’s look at what the most relevant historical…

Overheated Arctic Ocean: Impact on Weather Patterns Nov-Dec 2020

Overheated Arctic Ocean: Impact on Weather Patterns Nov-Dec 2020

The 2020 Arctic sea ice melting season is officially over – and not a moment too soon. Sep 15th, the NSIDC extent measure bottomed out 2nd lowest by a comfortable margin. Meanwhile, PIOMAS sea ice volume estimates also reached 2nd…

Medicanes: A Rising Risk with Climate Change?

Medicanes: A Rising Risk with Climate Change?

As I type this from a sunny southern England, a strong tropical-like storm is hammering western Greece with strong winds and very heavy rainfall. The Head of Civil Protection in Greece, Nikos Hardalias, issued a warning of flooding, flying debris…

How Wild will Autumn 2020 be in Europe?

How Wild will Autumn 2020 be in Europe?

The North Atlantic Ocean dominates the climate of Northwest Europe. Across each year, winds are predominantly westerly, bringing mild to warm conditions, with spells of wet and windy weather coming and going. Just how predominant this weather pattern is depends…

UK Faces Unusually Wild Late Summer Weather

UK Faces Unusually Wild Late Summer Weather

As I write this, the weather outside has a distinctly autumnal feel. Rain showers are scuttling through on a brisk wind, the sun battling to have a say in between. Yet this is one of the less windy days of…

Australia & New Zealand: La Niña Driving Weather Patterns Through Summer 2020

Australia & New Zealand: La Niña Driving Weather Patterns Through Summer 2020

An unusual weather pattern has been affecting southern Oceania for a few weeks now. We’re here to answer two key questions: Why is this happening, and how likely is it to continue through spring and summer? Wild Weather in Southern…

August Scorcher: Big West. Europe Heatwave Incoming

August Scorcher: Big West. Europe Heatwave Incoming

In what’s fast becoming an annual event, a spell of exceptionally hot weather is expected to affect a large part of Europe. Only last year, an extreme late June heatwave set numerous high temperature records in France. In the south,…

2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season Update: Dangerous Potential

2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season Update: Dangerous Potential

In the past few months, 2020 has been busy, but not ferocious. There have been 8 tropical storms as of 24th July. As you can see below, no prior observed year has reached 8 named storms sooner. As if that…

Will Thunderstorms Increase with Climate Change?

Will Thunderstorms Increase with Climate Change?

I’m sure most readers are familiar with thunderstorms from personal experience. Some find the lightning and thunder exhilarating, others terrifying. Others still – usually in places that see them a lot – may rarely even raise an eyebrow. Regardless, thunderstorms…

Tracing 2020’s Roasting Russia Back to its Origins

Tracing 2020’s Roasting Russia Back to its Origins

As I write this, a vast swathe of northern Russia swelters in a heatwave. Not just in a relative sense, either – most people would find it hot! Daily maximum temperatures are regularly ranging from the mid-20s to low-30s °C….

Drier UK Summers Projected by 2070 – Why?

Drier UK Summers Projected by 2070 – Why?

I’m writing this in the wake of the sunniest spring on record for the UK (a gleaming 626 hours, beating 555 hours set 1948). Meanwhile, England beat its old record by a staggering 101.7 hours! It was also extremely dry…

Summer 2020 Prospects: Europe

Summer 2020 Prospects: Europe

The long summer season is about to begin for Europe. Here, I present an outlook that begins with a sub-monthly breakdown of June, then takes an overall look at each of July and August. Aside from some dynamical analysis at…

Skilful Prediction of Active Atlantic Hurricane Seasons

Skilful Prediction of Active Atlantic Hurricane Seasons

A Costly Climate Characteristic For the Caribbean and areas of the USA and Mexico that are close to or bordering the Gulf of Mexico or North Atlantic, the hurricane season regularly inflicts a heavy cost, both socially and economically. The…

Severe Thunderstorm Climatology Outside the USA

Severe Thunderstorm Climatology Outside the USA

In the previous blog entry, I took a close look at how and why US thunderstorms and tornadoes have been observed to reach intensities that have never (reliably) been observed elsewhere on the planet. This one casts an eye over…

Why USA Thunderstorms Can be the Most Severe

Why USA Thunderstorms Can be the Most Severe

In most countries of the world, a thunderstorm capable of producing more than a low-end (i.e. EF0 to EF2 on the Enhanced Fujita Scale, which I’ve outlined below) tornado is a rare phenomenon, typically seen no more than a few…

Rain Delivered by Sunshine

Rain Delivered by Sunshine

I’m sure many of us have experienced the drama of a sudden shower that seemed to come out of nowhere. Even a light one can play havoc with events from professional tennis to picnics. How can these soaking surprises manifest…

Will the Lock-Down Pollution Drop Spike Global Temperatures?

Will the Lock-Down Pollution Drop Spike Global Temperatures?

Across the world, many countries have enforced drastic ‘lock-down’ measures in recent weeks, in order to reduce the transmission rate of the COVID-19 coronavirus. This generally means that all non-essential travel and interactions between people have been forbidden. In the…

How Much Might Climate Affect COVID-19 Spread?

How Much Might Climate Affect COVID-19 Spread?

This viral entity hardly needs an introduction – it’s headline news all across the world. Looking ahead, there is a general expectation that in the Northern Hemisphere, the spring and summer seasons will supress the spread of the virus, buying…

Last Winter’s Temperature Patterns Forebode Strong Arctic Sea Ice Melt

Last Winter’s Temperature Patterns Forebode Strong Arctic Sea Ice Melt

Relatively speaking, it’s been a sweltering winter season for the Northern Hemisphere. Depending on which dataset you look at, the Dec-Feb averaged surface temperatures rank 1st or 2nd highest in recorded history. The winter that it comes second to in…

An Unusual Combination as Spring 2020 Begins

An Unusual Combination as Spring 2020 Begins

The Polar Vortex Has Been Acting Strangely… This Jan-Feb, a powerful phenomenon known as the polar vortex has been rampant. Its intensity has frequently hit record levels for the time of year, particularly in Feb. This has been driving a…

The Far-Reaching Stories of Storms ‘Ciara’ & ‘Dennis’

The Far-Reaching Stories of Storms ‘Ciara’ & ‘Dennis’

Early to mid-Feb 2020 has proven tempestuous for parts of northern Europe. During 9th-11th, storm ‘Ciara’ (as named by the UK Met Office; UKMO) brought widespread disruption, initially to the UK and then to many neighbouring countries in Europe. At…

Expanding Desert Climate Zone – Cause & Effects

Expanding Desert Climate Zone – Cause & Effects

The Earth sports two large belts of predominantly dry, sunny weather – the subtropical dry zones. We’ll explain how and why these desert climate zones are advancing. One’s in the Northern Hemisphere and spans from the subtropical North Atlantic ocean…

Winter 2020 – Extremely Mild for Europe?

Winter 2020 – Extremely Mild for Europe?

A note to mobile viewers: If your device has a ‘reader view’, I recommend it for the best viewing experience.   7th Jan 2020, temperatures in my home country of England widely reached 14 to 15°C. That’s what we consider…

Driving Forces Behind Australia’s Extreme Wildfire Season

Driving Forces Behind Australia’s Extreme Wildfire Season

Economic Impact… The Insurance Council of Australia increased its estimate for wildfire damage claims to over $700 million, expected to increase. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg met with the CEO’s of insurers Insurance Australia Group, Suncorp Group and QBE Insurance Group, and…

Festive Finalé: Will You Be in the Snow?

Festive Finalé: Will You Be in the Snow?

Look ahead to Europe and the US’s festive weather, while learning a little more about what makes a snow day…   Festive Flakes? Forecasters in Northwest Europe will be especially familiar with (if not tired of!) the phrase… ‘Will we…

Frost – Part 2: Darker Side

Frost – Part 2: Darker Side

Part one explored the bright side of frost, in its many wondrous forms. Now, we come to the more applied effects of frost.   Frost and Fragility First, I’ll quickly cover plants! The vulnerability of tender spring growth to frost…

Frost – Part 1: Bright Side…

Frost – Part 1: Bright Side…

If you’ve ever looked a little closer on a clear, cold winter morning, you might have noticed differences in frost patterns and formation: Find out where, when – and why – you’ll find crystalline, continuous and spiked frost manifestations…  …

Wet West-European Autumn 2019: Exploring Explanations

Wet West-European Autumn 2019: Exploring Explanations

It’s been a soaking wet Autumn for much of Europe. Many areas have seen between 150 and 200% of the long-term average rainfall (Figure 1). Parts of Spain have seen even larger surpluses; seasonal anomalies were near 250% for the…

Climate Change: A New Inconsistency

Climate Change: A New Inconsistency

James Peacock… our Head Meteorologist Takes a Look at The Intricate Realities of a Changing Climate in Weather Terms Climate change is not uniform between places and seasons. We assume warming is occurring, and as a trend, it is true…

Venice Flood of Nov 2019: How & Why?

Venice Flood of Nov 2019: How & Why?

Shocking scenes in Venice have made headlines far and wide this week. The legendary Italian city experienced its highest water levels in more than 50 years. Reaching 1.87 m (6 ft) above mean water at their peak, they submerged over…

Thanksgiving – Part II (Signs for 2019)

Thanksgiving – Part II (Signs for 2019)

We looked at some of the most disruptive Thanksgiving snowstorms of years past in Part I. Now, it’s time to turn forward. Let’s see which way the signs point for this year’s traditional celebrations. Snowstorm Signals for the Peak Travel…

Thanksgiving – Part I (History)

Thanksgiving – Part I (History)

A Legendary Tradition One of the United States’ greatest annual celebrations approaches – Thanksgiving. This long-standing tradition originated in Oct 1621 as a celebration, by the Pilgrims, of their first harvest in the New World. In 1789, it was adapted…

“Ice in November to Bear a Duck…”

“Ice in November to Bear a Duck…”

Every autumn in the UK, this phrase from old weather lore starts appearing on weather forums: “Ice in November to bear a duck, rest of the winter be slush and muck.” In fact, I’ve genuinely seen this used as a…

Hurricane Lorenzo: Things to Come?

Hurricane Lorenzo: Things to Come?

Between 3 and 9 am GMT on Sun 29th Sep 2019, Hurricane Lorenzo achieved peak sustained wind speeds of 160 mph, making it a category 5 on the Saffir-Simpson scale. Just how strong is that? Well, the scale I just…

IAAF World Athletics Championships Doha 2019

IAAF World Athletics Championships Doha 2019

WHERE WEATHER MEETS SPORTS RECORD BEATING   Doha has been chosen as the conditions should be perfect to run fast times. Meaning world records guys. It might be assumed that in this desert location will leave competitors gasping for breath….

The Troubling Legacy of 2019’s Extreme Arctic Warmth

The Troubling Legacy of 2019’s Extreme Arctic Warmth

Through great efforts by researchers to raise awareness and understanding outside of scientific circles, it has become widely accepted that losing the Arctic Ocean’s sea ice cover would have serious negative ramifications. The 2019 sea ice melting season (mid-March to…

London & Paris Fashion Week 2019 – The Weather Is What You Wear

London & Paris Fashion Week 2019 – The Weather Is What You Wear

London Fashion Week: Friday 13 September – Tuesday 17 September Paris Fashion Week: Monday 21 September – Tuesday 3 October   In this first week of September, there’s a coolness in the air and daylight hours are drawing in. Seasonal…

The Arctic: The Fastest-Changing Climate on Earth

The Arctic: The Fastest-Changing Climate on Earth

Exceptional warmth in the Arctic regions has grabbed a lot of attention in 2019. Some regions have seen long-standing temperature records broken by wide margins. In many cases this has been tied in with sea and land ice loss on…

Weather Prospects: Cowes Week 2019

Weather Prospects: Cowes Week 2019

“Hurry up and wait…” told by a Sailor & a Meteorologist For this blog piece, I’ve teamed up with our in-house sailor Shaun Pammenter (MSc) to provide tailored insight on the regional and local wind patterns of the Solent. Conditions…

Spring 2019 Event Guidance Review

Spring 2019 Event Guidance Review

How Our Event Guidance Fared: Mar-Jun 2019 In the past four months, we’ve provided guidance individually for a variety of exciting events, via climatological data and expert weather pattern insight. We take a look back at when these hit home…

Baked Alaska: The How & Why

Baked Alaska: The How & Why

Just a week after record breaking heat affected Central and Western Europe, another exceptional heatwave is getting underway – in an unexpected location… Alaska. As of writing this on July 4th, it’s already breaking records, with more likely to fall…

Western Europe’s Extreme Late June 2019 Heatwave

Western Europe’s Extreme Late June 2019 Heatwave

A western-European heatwave of unprecedented intensity for the month, has already been breaking national June heat records as of 26th – and it’s set to reach even more extreme highs 27th-28th. Not only that, but it’s breaking some all-time records…

Weather Prospects: Wimbledon 2019

Weather Prospects: Wimbledon 2019

During international transitions, some things stay the same – while retaining inherent unpredictability. Such as Wimbledon. 1st-15th July, top-tier tennis players from far and wide will converge on London’s famous Wimbledon courts to take part in one of the oldest…

Why Has UK Weather Been So Wet & Why Will Showers Abate?

Why Has UK Weather Been So Wet & Why Will Showers Abate?

Part 2 of 2   Let’s Recap… As explained in part one, some disparate & distant weather systems came together to create unusual events and drenched UK citizens wistfully awaiting summer. Strong warming of the atmosphere well above our heads,…

Why is the UK Weather So Wet & When Will it Turn Drier?

Why is the UK Weather So Wet & When Will it Turn Drier?

Part 1 of 2   We look at how 2019 is bending the rules in weather pressure patterning, and why Indian Ocean thunderstorms mean you need to remember your umbrella. For the UK, the story of June 2019: Exceptionally High…

Weather Prospects: Glastonbury 2019

Weather Prospects: Glastonbury 2019

HOT & DRY HEADLINING or WET WEATHER on stage? In 2017 thousands of heady festival revellers experienced the hottest days in Glastonbury’s history. Yet coming one week after the summer solstice, and as much as we love it, mud baths…

D-Day 75th Anniversary: A Historic Weather Forecast

D-Day 75th Anniversary: A Historic Weather Forecast

During 2nd-9th June 2019, spanning the anniversaries of the battle of Normandy and D-Day (6th June), the Daks over Normandy events will launch a summer of celebration and remembrance. We find out how weather risk prediction played an essential role…

Why so wet and wild in the UK lately?

Why so wet and wild in the UK lately?

Since March got underway, there’s been a lot of wet and windy weather affecting the UK. Early today, things stepped up another gear in my locality, with my own back garden suffering some of the worst damage… I’m sure many…

Fog Formation & Economic Cost

Fog Formation & Economic Cost

This phenomenon has five main forms based on how they develop, but the most problematic is usually radiation fog. It can form just about anywhere and has disruptive impacts that go well beyond being stuck in traffic on the morning…

Swift Guide to Geopotential Heights

Swift Guide to Geopotential Heights

Geopotential height (GPH) is an extremely effective measure to use when assessing large-scale, long-term weather patterns. Between the subtropics and the polar regions (mid-latitudes), it reveals the location of major boundaries along which extratropical low pressure systems frequently develop. It…

The Stratosphere & The Polar Vortex

The Stratosphere & The Polar Vortex

This blog entry provides a quick overview of the stratosphere and the polar vortex. Both are of immense importance for understanding and forecasting Earth’s weather patterns.   Atmospheric Layer-Cake Earth’s atmosphere consists of five main layers, each with distinctive characteristics….

Stratosphere Warming Events

Stratosphere Warming Events

As detailed in my piece on the stratosphere and the polar vortex, the polar vortex is a vast atmospheric circulation that strongly influences mid-latitude weather patterns between mid-autumn and mid-spring. It doesn’t have an easy existence, mind. It’s frequently pushed,…

MetSwift Publishes Their 2021 Hurricane Season Outlook

MetSwift Publishes Their 2021 Hurricane Season Outlook

In the wake of the most active on record in 2020, risk assessors are on high alert as we approach 2021’s Atlantic hurricane season (Jun-Nov). Will we see another ‘hyperactive’ season, or something quieter? Today, MetSwift provides skilful guidance on…

MetSwift Attends Insider London Live 2021

MetSwift Attends Insider London Live 2021

InsiderLondon is holding one of the first market events of the year on 26th January, addressing the critical trends that the global (re)insurance industry are facing and best ways to navigate successfully through 2021 with. The event features a host…

#InsiderLondon Conference: 28th Jan: Come & Chat to Us!

Visit our Stand Are you attending The Insurance Insider’s first conference of 2020?… Described as, ‘if you only had time to make it to one conference a year, an annual visit to Insider London would be sufficient to keep you abreast of…

Insider Quarterly Winter 2019

‘Fascinating and Controversial’: Feature article asking how can innovative weather analytics enable the insurance sector’s adaptibility in a rapidly changing climate?   In our article, described by Insurance Insider as ‘fascinating and controversial’, we ask: What are the realities of…

Welcome to our new website

Hopefully it helps you explore the amazing ways MetSwift’s new meteorological intelligence can change the way you access and understand future weather risk. Any ideas about further content you’d like to see? Just let us know… What else have we…

Award Winners: Best Use of AI in Underwriting

Insurance Times Tech & Innovation Awards On the 28th September we won the Best Use of AI in Underwriting, the Insurance Times Tech & Innovation Awards. The judges describes MetSwift as ‘a potential gamechanger for underwriting weather risks across complex…

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