Introducing Our Staff, Part 6

Posted: April 7, 2014, 6:31 pm by mikem

Our next featured meteorologist is the “Reale” deal in terms of forecasting and keeping our clients on top of the weather. Rob Reale began as an intern at WeatherWorks in 2009, before officially joining in October 2010 as a full-time meteorologist. Other than forecasting, Rob helps with the day to day operations, the forensic department, social media, and also assists in managing parts of our Certified Snow Total service. I sat down and asked Rob a few questions:

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Employee News

Posted: April 4, 2014, 8:05 am by mikem
From left to right: Meteorologist Brian Marmo, Meteorologist Brian Clavier, and Dr. Tom Collow.


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Warm Season Services

Posted: April 3, 2014, 5:14 pm by mikem

Often frustrated with vague weather forecasts from your local news or online sources when trying to schedule work crews? Is your job sensitive to severe weather?

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40th Anniversary of the Super Outbreak

Posted: April 3, 2014, 1:39 pm by mmurphy

(Above) Aerial damage photo of the Xenia and Wilberforce, OH area courtesy of the National Weather Service Wilmington, OH and Attila Kilinc

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March 25-26th Blizzard Facts

Posted: March 27, 2014, 12:11 pm by mmurphy

On March 25th and 26th a powerful storm system developed off the Southeast U.S. coast. The storm took a track from east of Cape Hatteras, NC to a point about 200 miles east of Nantucket Island, MA then north into Atlantic Canada. This was no ordinary storm system, many atmospheric conditions came together just right to cause explosive intensification of this storm off the east coast with a 45 mb pressure drop in just 24 hours recorded!

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Now Offering Warm Season Service!

Posted: March 12, 2014, 10:45 am by mikem

 

Often frustrated with vague weather forecasts from your local news or online sources when trying to schedule work crews? Is your job sensitive to severe weather?

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February Adds To Record Breaking Winter

Posted: March 10, 2014, 2:03 pm by mattg

 

Despite the calendar flipping one month closer to spring, one of the coldest and snowiest winters in Chicago’s 143 year weather history continued. While February was not necessarily as active as December-January in terms of the number of wintry events, the amount of new snow was still impressive. Toward the end of the period, greater temperature swings and varied precipitation types provided some hope that spring was right around the corner.

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2013-2014 Northeast Winter Stats

Posted: March 9, 2014, 1:26 am by mmurphy

 

The winter of 2013-2014 has certainly been a very long, cold and snowy one. For some locations, records have been broken in both the snowfall and temperature department. Take a look below to see some of the more impressive statistics and records across the area for select cities during the past three months.

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