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Hurricane Season

We're preparing our clients for tropical impacts along the East Coast. Let us help provide you with the resources you need to tell your story accurately - free. Contact us at press@wdtinc.com with your request.

What We Do

WeatherOps is the industry leader, providing organizations with weather decision support on a global scale. WDT offers specific expertise with big data as it applies to hazardous weather detection and prediction, forecast modeling, decision analytics, GIS, mobile apps and interactive mapping. WDT employs the world-renowned WeatherOps forecast team, staffed by experts who provide global asset projection and commodities trading decision support.

What we can offer:
Unique hurricane data and maps
Sound bytes and phoners from our 24hr forecast desk
Written quotes regarding hurricane impacts

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It's Time to Start Thinking About First Freeze Dates Across the US!

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 sometimes not until December along the Gulf Coast.

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Is the National Weather Service a Competitor to the Private Weather Sector?
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 private weather company like WDT do?” To the first question, I respond that WDT is not a competitor to the NWS, nor are other private weather companies, although a few may act like they are. The second question requires a longer answer and is one that I start to explore in this blog.
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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 the rain may be over, the damage will continue to mount.

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