Storm Maps

Davis Roofing Solutions

View the storm maps below to see if your home was affected.

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The standard time frame you have to file an insurance claim in Texas is 1 year from the date of loss. So, we have taken the time to compile a list of all hail storm events, along with their respective storm maps, that have affected the DFW region of North Texas within the last year. The image to the right shows a radar storm map of every hail storm in 2023. As you can see, pretty much every home in and around DFW has had at least some hail in the last year…You can’t even tell it’s DFW because there are so many storms mapped over it. Unfortunately, this is fairly common for this area of North Texas. That is why it is so important to have your roof looked at every year to make sure it is still in good enough shape to stand up to the weather we constantly get in this part of the country.

The good news is that even though every storm causes a little wear and tear, not every storm is going to punch holes in the roof. That is why, below, we are only going to mention the noteworthy storms. The duration of the storm and the density of the hail are major factors that come into play in whether or not a hail stone is going to cause damage. However, generally speaking, hail will usually start causing significant damage at around the inch and a half range. So, since there are SO MANY storms every year, we are only going to map the storms that dropped at least 1.5″ hail.

If you see your city listed in a storm map and you haven’t already had your roof looked at BY US, make sure you give us a shout to get on the schedule. I can’t tell you how many times, some hack “roofer” inspected a roof before us and told the homeowner they were fine, when in reality, their roof was absolutely demolished. The fact of the matter is that here in Texas, anyone can slap a magnet on their truck and call themselves a roofer. There is unfortunately no license to be had for roofers out here, so it is important to have a credible, reputable, roofing contractor inspect your roof regularly and give you honest feedback. That’s what Davis Roofing Solutions is here for.

April 8th, 2024

Average size: 2.5″ – 20MPH wind gusts

April 1st, 2024

Average size: 3.75″ – 70MPH wind gusts

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March 14th, 2024

Average size: 3″ – 60MPH wind gusts

October 4th, 2023

Average size: 1.75″ – 75MPH wind gusts

October 4th, Hail Map

September 24th, 2023

Average size: 2.25″ – 50MPH wind gusts

September 21st, 2023

Average size: 2.5″ – 25MPH wind gusts

9.21 hail map

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June 23rd, 2023

Average size: 1.5″ – 65MPH wind gusts

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June 14th, 2023

Average size: 3.25″ – 45MPH wind gusts

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June 13th, 2023

Average size: 2.5″ – 40MPH wind gusts

June 11th, 2023

Average size: 4″ – 65MPH wind gusts

6.11 Hail Map

May 19th, 2023

Average size: 2.75″ – 45MPH wind gusts

5.19 Hail Map

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April 20th, 2023

Average size: 3″ – 35MPH wind gusts

4.20 Hail Map

We hope you have found this information helpful!

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Data & Storm Maps Provided By HailTrace.


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