Major Christmas Eve Snow Storm

Brian IveyNeoweather, Winter2 Comments

If you are in parts of the Midwest to Great Lakes and Ohio Valley wanting a white Christmas then you have a good shot. The Northern Plains through parts of Ontario and Quebec will be one area of major snow. The next area will be from Lake Huron through eastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania with lake effect snow filling up … Read More

2020-2021 Snow Contractor Winter Forecast

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One of the main things Neoweather is known for is our winter forecast presentations. Snow and ice management is the industry where we have the most clients. It’s a great reason for us to take our seasonal predictions and put them into a presentation geared towards snow contractors and municipalities.  At A Glance Generally Mild Conditions For A Majority Of … Read More

Big Warmup Begins, 70s-80s Widespread

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After a very chilly start to May we are poised to jump right into late Spring. A dramatic season flip happens shifting the weather pattern across the nation. Wednesday still features cool temperatures across the Midwest, Ohio Valley and Great Lakes with highs topping out in the 50s and 60s. At least the sun is shining brightly across many areas … Read More

Expert Weather Forecasts: The City of Pittsburgh & Neoweather, LLC

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North Ridgeville, Ohio- The City of Pittsburgh is receiving year-round weather support. It’s to increase efficiency and save time and money. The Cleveland based weather forecasting and consulting company, Neoweather, LLC partnered with several Department of Public Works in November. Neoweather provided Pittsburgh with detailed weather forecasts all winter and will continue keeping the Steel City ahead of flooding, hail, … Read More

Neoweather Is Here For You During COVID-19

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To all our clients, followers and future clients: We understand the widespread impacts of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and we are here for you during this time.  The weather continues just as it always has and we are here to monitor and forecast it. Neoweather will continue providing uninterrupted services to our customers. We work remotely and there won’t be foreseeable … Read More

Major Lake Snow

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The snow belts downwind of the Great Lakes see heavy snow many times per winter. Open and relatively mild water will be just one of the keys that will make this late February event notable.