What types of weather can I trade?

Daily Snowfall

Daily Snowfall markets allow you to make predictions on the total accumulation of snow that will fall on a single day in any of 86 cities across the U.S. For example: 3″ of snowfall accumulation in Billings, MT on December 14th. The actual measured snowfall accumulation needs to be at or above your prediction – the closer your prediction is (without going over), the higher your payout will be.

Daily Rainfall

Daily Rainfall markets allow you to make predictions on the total accumulation of rain that will fall on a single day in any one of 86 cities across the U.S. For example: 0.50″ of rainfall accumulation in Miami, FL on May 14th. The actual measured rainfall accumulation needs to be at or above your prediction – the closer your prediction is (without going over), the higher your payout will be.

Lowest Daily Temperature

Daily Low Temperature markets allow you to make predictions on the lowest temperature reached on a single day in any one of 86 cities across the U.S. For example: the low temperature in Green Bay, WI on Nov 17th will be 5°F. The actual measured low temperature must be at or below your prediction – the closer your prediction is (without going under), the higher your payout will be.

Highest Daily Temperature

Daily High Temperature markets allow you to make predictions on the highest temperature reached on a single day in any one of 86 cities across the U.S. For example: the high temperature in Miami, FL on May 14th will be 98°F. The actual measured high temperature must be at or above your prediction – the closer your prediction is (without going over), the higher your payout will be.

Seasonal Snowfall

Seasonal Snowfall markets allow you to make predictions on the total accumulation of snow that will fall during the entire winter season in any one of 86 cities across the U.S. For example: 30″ of snowfall accumulation in Billings, MT during the 2019-20 winter season. The actual measured snowfall accumulation needs to be at or above your prediction – the closer your prediction is (without going over), the higher your payout will be.

Tropical Storm Landfalls

Tropical Storm Contracts are a unique way to receive a payment anytime an Atlantic named tropical storm or hurricane makes landfall on the U.S. coastline.

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