Weather Apps Are Hurting You

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Weather apps are the most common app on phones. We all need to know what the forecast is.  Deciding whether to dress in layers or bring an umbrella is something we need to know. Weather apps are decent enough for the general public.  Is making a $$$ THOUSAND $$$ dollar business decision the same as deciding what to wear?  Have you been burned before by trusting … Read More

VIDEO: A look Through April

Brian IveyLong Range Weather, National, Ohio, Seasonal Predictions, Spring PredictionsLeave a Comment

The last few years we have seen some early spring extremes. Sometimes it’s dealing with constant chilly days and dreary skies. Even some very impactful snow events hit. Orrrrr we saw the exact opposite. March and April periods with beautiful sunny days and temperatures surging 30 degrees above average. Above are the temperatures compared to average so far in March … Read More

Time To Purchase A Weather Service

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The weather has cooled way down after a hot summer and start to autumn. Breezy conditions, sweaters, and preparation for snow season are in the air. Snow contractors always need to worry about salt orders, equipment purchases and hiring months before the flakes start flying. Important steps to improve snow and ice companies should be done before the heavy snow … Read More

Neoweather Ends First Warn Series

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Ohio, Michigan and Virginia First Warn are no more  North Ridgeville, OH– (Nov 5, 2018) –Neoweather, LLC has announced the end of the First Warn branding. Three brands came together to focus on state meteorology updates in the summer of 2016. Over the couple years that followed that partnership has ended. Virginia Weather Network and Great Lakes Climate and Weather have gone … Read More

Hurricanes vs Cyclones & How They Form

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Hurricane Michael rammed into the Florida Panhandle Wednesday, October 10th, causing significant damage to property, public safety, and life. With winds reaching 155 mph, Michael was just 2 mph shy of a Category 5 hurricane upon landfall and is the strongest storm to impact the continental U.S. since 1992.  Hurricane Michael also had the third lowest recorded pressure of all … Read More

Severe Weather Chances Increasing Saturday

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A front is going to hang across the Lower Great Lakes and Upper Ohio Valley this weekend with a few disturbances rolling through. This means severe weather and heavy rain chances are elevated. Currently it’s pretty easy to notice the huge difference in temperatures north and south of the front. It will move back and forth across the region this … Read More

New GOES-East Satellite Becomes Operational And Improves Forecasts

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December 18, 2017- Now in its new GOES-East position, the advanced GOES-16 satellite has officially joined NOAA’s operational observation network, providing forecasters with sharper, more defined images of severe storms, hurricanes, wildfires and other weather hazards in near real-time 24/7. “The GOES-16 satellite provided invaluable data on deadly hurricanes long before they touched the shore this season,” said Secretary of Commerce … Read More

Crookston Says Thank You; Meteorologist Brian Ivey named President

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North Ridgeville, Ohio – – May. 8, 2017 – Neoweather, LLC (The Leading Front In Weather) has appointed a new management team. Neoweather today announced that it has appointed Brian Ivey as president and chief executive officer effective May 8th. Jeremy Crookston, Neoweather’s founder and former CEO has elected to step down into an advisor role. “I want to say … Read More

Severe Weather Threat Moves Into Tennessee Valley Thursday

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The severe threat produced from Wednesday evening will slowly shift east tomorrow into the extreme southern Ohio and central Tennessee Valleys.  A complex setup makes timing crucial Thursday afternoon. Here’s What To Know  The Storm Prediction Center currently has a Moderate Risk of Severe Weather posted across Western Tennessee and Northern Mississippi.  But the severe threat extends well beyond this … Read More