Winter travel can cause delays and cancellations nationwide. Squaremouth’s Winter Storm Center explains travel insurance coverage specific to winter storms. This resource is regularly updated with provider position statements, press releases, and answers to FAQs.
- Can I cancel my trip if a winter storm causes a power outage at my destination?
- What types of current events are covered by travel insurance?
- If there is a storm, when can I no longer be covered by travel insurance?
- Am I covered if I miss my flight due to long TSA security lines?
- What if the roads are bad and I don't want to travel?
- How long do I need to be delayed until coverage is triggered?
- What do I do if my flight is delayed or canceled due to bad weather?
- Can I cancel my trip due to a winter storm or blizzard?
- See all 11 FAQs
- Can I cancel my trip if I don’t want to travel in bad weather?
- When is a storm considered a foreseen event by travel insurance?
- Is a blizzard considered a Natural Disaster?
Winter Storm Event Center External Resources
Most travel insurance policies have coverage for winter storms and blizzards as part of Trip Cancellation, as long as you bought a policy before the storm was named. Travel insurance providers may use information from the following resources to track a storm and decide if it is covered: