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Helping Business Weather the Storm

by Matthew Stevens, on Sep 21, 2018 11:19:58 AM

The WeatherOps platform features many forecaster-influenced components that help our clients better understand and respond to weather threats. Our meteorologists utilize various forms on the admin side of WeatherOps Commander …

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Topics:Developers

by David Moran, on Sep 20, 2018 1:39:35 PM

When hurricanes and tropical storms make landfall, tornadoes can often become a byproduct. Usually, these tornadoes are weak. However, they can occasionally be strong enough to produce significant damage. Tornadoes …

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Topics:RadarScopeHurricane

by Stephen Strum, on Sep 19, 2018 2:04:50 PM

The date of the first fall freeze varies widely across the US, with frosts and freezes often seen by mid-September across the Rockies and northern tier of the US but …

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Topics:Frontier

by Mike Eilts, on Sep 18, 2018 2:05:30 PM

There are two questions I'm often asked by friends, acquaintances, and even colleagues in the weather industry: “Is the U.S. National Weather Service a competitor of WDT?” and “What does a …

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Topics:WeatherOpsCross Enterprise

by Daphne Thompson, on Sep 17, 2018 2:28:09 PM

While Florence may have moved away, the water is still rising across North Carolina. Towns are cut off by floodwaters, and people continue to be rescued from their homes. While …

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Topics:WeatherOpsFlood

by Daphne Thompson, on Sep 13, 2018 3:39:22 PM

Water, water, everywhere; this may end up being the true story of Hurricane Florence. While now a category 2 hurricane, the damage from this storm is expected to come from …

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Topics:WeatherOpsHurricane

by Daphne Thompson, on Sep 12, 2018 2:14:17 PM

As Hurricane Florence approaches the East Coast, locations from the Outer Banks southward to Charleston will feel the effects of this category 3 storm. The threat from inland flooding and …

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Topics:WeatherOpsHurricane

by Daphne Thompson, on Sep 11, 2018 2:08:19 PM

Hurricane Florence will bring life-threatening storm surge along a significant portion of the North Carolina Coast from the South Carolina border northward to Albemarle Sound. Along with this, inland flooding …

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Topics:WeatherOpsHurricane

by Daphne Thompson, on Sep 10, 2018 1:51:55 PM

Florence has once again become a major hurricane and may intensify further. Wind speeds are currently more than 130 mph which makes it a solid category four hurricane. Impacts from …

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Topics:WeatherOpsHurricane

by Daphne Thompson, on Sep 6, 2018 1:33:08 PM

Have you ever wondered why a hurricane goes where it goes? What makes it move in one direction as opposed to another? Why do some curve or make loops and …

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Topics:Hurricane