Let us help you AFTER the storm

Posted: February 9, 2017, 12:46 pm by nmarguccio

You just finished plowing for the day. You’re tired, but you flick on the news anyway to see the snowfall totals that were reported. Well to your surprise, the news said 8 inches fell, you measured 9 inches, but a guy on Facebook said he had 10 inches all in the same town! What gives?

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Your #1 Tool This Warm Season

Posted: February 24, 2017, 10:37 am by nmarguccio
No, we aren’t talking about a brand new riding mower with cup holders!  We think the #1 tool is having a private weather service by your side, helping you to plan your day during the warm season.  

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WeatherWorks Open House 2016

Posted: August 29, 2016, 7:33 pm by nmarguccio

Have you ever wanted to meet the WeatherWorks meteorologists you consult with each winter and learn what goes into creating your forecasts? Now is your chance! In honor of celebrating 30 years in the snow and ice industry, the WeatherWorks staff would like to invite you to our open house event on September 30, 2016 from 10 AM - 4 PM at our office located at 103 Mountain Court in Hackettstown NJ

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Double Your Certified Snowfall Totals Credit in August

Posted: August 2, 2016, 1:47 pm by nmarguccio

 Did You Renew Your Snowfall Totals Account?

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2016 SIMA Symposium Wrap-Up

Posted: July 5, 2016, 2:54 pm by nmarguccio


WeatherWorks Sales Team L to R: John Kruk, Nick Marguccio and Kevin Hopler


With great excitement and anticipation, our meteorologists headed to Providence, RI for the 19th annual SIMA symposium and this year’s show did not disappoint. From the welcome reception to the trade show, it was a pleasure catching up with current clients, meeting new people and showcasing all the weather services we have to offer.

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5 Reasons to Visit WeatherWorks at SIMA!

Posted: June 2, 2016, 10:38 am by nmarguccio

Snow is always on our mind despite the longer days and increasingly hotter temperature. Preparations are now underway for WeatherWorks and 1,200 other snow and ice professionals attending the 19th Annual SIMA Symposium from June 22-24 at the Convention Center in Providence, RI. Whether your business is directly involved or is affected by snow removal services, we encourage you to attend the show later this month!

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Behind the Scenes at a Trade Show

Posted: April 25, 2016, 7:53 am by nmarguccio

7:00 AM -  U2’s It’s a Beautiful Day blares on my alarm and it is time to get up and get ready for our next trade show.  As I head into the office, Kevin Hopler is putting the finishing touches on handout materials and and we talk about the products that will be on demo and go over the plan for the day. After that, we pack up our materials and head down to Edison, NJ for the New Jersey APWA Expo.

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Are You Prepared for Severe Weather?

Posted: February 29, 2016, 12:55 pm by nmarguccio

As winter comes to a close over the next month, we turn our attention to landscaping, paving, construction, roofing, and siding. These are important services and we understand that you need more out of a forecast that says “30% chance of rain” during the warm season. That is why it is more important than ever to have a reliable, accurate warm season service to depend on. As one client put it, “I used to rely on WeatherWorks solely for the winter season.

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WeatherWorks 30th Anniversary!

Posted: January 6, 2016, 1:24 pm by nmarguccio


WeatherWorks Meteorologists Staff Picture


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Weather Apps Leading You Astray?

Posted: October 5, 2015, 1:35 pm by nmarguccio

Quick Snow Removal’s manager can finally relax. His guys just cleaned up an impressive foot of snow from all of the company’s sites and have applied deicers for the night. He checks his weather app one last time, sees no more snow is expected overnight, and tells his crews to head home. After sleeping just a few hours, his client calls frantic because it’s almost morning and all the lots and sidewalks are covered with a fresh inch of snow! What happened?

What Quick Snow Removal Didn’t Realize

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