This paper describes a method to determine the accuracy of the Convective Weather Avoidance Model which predicts the likelihood that pilots will deviate away from specific areas of convective activity. Visual inspection with a reduced data set helped refine the algorithms used in the verification and offered some preliminary results of the model's accuracy in today's airspace. This model has some explanatory power in predicting regions of airspace where pilots are willing to deviate or fly through. In some instances, pilots appeared not to make an early decision to deviate around convective weather and continued on course as the region appeared more passable when they reached it. In other instances, pilots skirted the edges of regions where the model expected pilots avoid. This behavior suggests edge areas of those model regions were more passable and the convection in that region was not uniform in intensity.