Winter Weather News

Calm Before Halloween Cold & Snow: Plower Forecast 10/21/19

10/21/19 Weather Map from Neoweather

Brian Ivey from Neoweather is forecasting a short period of some relatively calm weather this week and into the weekend before a potentially large system of cold and snow smacks the Midwest next week around Halloween. The month of October has delivered warmer weather across portions of the Southeast and into the Mid-Atlantic, while the Northwest and into the northern plains has seen quite the opposite. As you know a few snow storms have already hit Montana and North Dakota, …

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Neoweather – Better Tools from Better Geeks

Neoweather's hard working team

Neoweather is a popular choice for customized, private forecasting services built specifically around the details that snow and ice management professionals need to know. But what makes their services valuable? Check the top three ways they help snow contractors more than generic weather apps! 1. Neoweather is listening to snow contractors and constantly adjusting to YOUR needs. Customer service is huge for the Neoweather team. They focus on YOUR industry and are listening to feedback from snow contractor clients. They …

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Do the Math – Private Weather Forecasting Pays Off!

Sample of a NEOCast Weather Alert - Private Weather Forecasting Service from NeoWeather

Are you using a private weather forecasting service to help make sound decisions for your snow removal business? If not, it’s time to think about it and do the math! Will the Welder from Xtreme Fabrication talks about his years of experience and how private weather forecasting in our industry pays off. Check it out: Like Will says, if you can get private forecasting services for about $300 or so per month even as a small snow contractor, it pays …

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2019-2020 Snow Contractor Winter Forecast

NeoWeather's 2019-2020 Snowfall Long Range Forecast

Check out the long term winter weather forecast for 2019-2020 from Neoweather. A lot goes into long range weather forecasting like analyzing pressure patterns and different weather models. According to meteorologist Brian Ivey, an amplified western ridge of high pressure is likely to be a factor this season. Some previous years that resemble this pattern ended up to be MEMORABLE. Last Year’s Winter Forecast Review In 2018-2019 Neoweather did a pretty good job on their long range forecast. They predicted …

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Goodbye Heat, Hello Cold: Plower Forecast 10/1/19

Oct 1, 2019 Neoweather Forecast Map

Get ready for true fall weather this week! Take a look as heavy rains move across the U.S. during the next 10-14 days. Starting from portions of New Mexico and moving up into the Plains of the Ohio Valley and Midwest. This front will move across to the Northeast bringing much cooler temperatures and sometimes significant rainfall. Cold air following the snowstorm last weekend will persist in the Northwest and Northern Rockys area. Then brace yourself as cold air swings …

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Weather Insurance: Whether You Get Too Much or Too Little Snow – You’re Covered!

Snow Buried Cars

Minimize your financial risks against the never-ending problem of unpredictable weather by checking out weather insurance. Spectrum Weather Insurance has a meteorologist on staff to help customers assess the impact that too much or too little snow will have on their business. They can write up a cost containment / revenue stabilization insurance policy to put your mind at ease and protect your snow and ice management company from outrageous weather. Weather Insurance Options There are a few types of …

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MAJOR Temperature Changes on the Way

Neoweather 9/26 Weather Forecast Map

The variation in temperatures and forecasts across the U.S. for this weekend and into next week are incredible. You could say Mother Nature has a bit of a spit personality! This weekend kicks off with unseasonably warm temperatures across the Ohio Valley, Great Lakes and Southwest. We’re talking weather in the 80’s and no major cool downs at night. In fact, it’s dry and unseasonably warm across most of the Lower Midwest and South and it will stay that way …

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Early Winter Storm Hitting Montana this Weekend!

Historic winter storm with dangerous conditions predicted for Montana this weekend

It’s time to take winter weather preparation seriously if you are located in Montana. The U.S. National Weather Service and private weather forecasting services like Neoweather are predicting a early-winter snow and ice storm will hit large parts of Montana Saturday morning, September 28, 2019 and Sunday, September 29, 2019. Forecasters are predicting several inches of snow, dangerous winds and blowing, record cold temperatures, hazardous travel conditions, life-threatening backcountry conditions, downed trees and power lines, and damage to crops based …

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Weather Apps are for Amateurs

Neoweather Private Forecasting - Makes Weather Easy

Weather apps are fine when trying to decide if a picnic will get rained out or not, but when your business relies on accurate weather forecasting, it’s simply not enough. Snow contractors need to have accurate, detailed forecasts from experts who focus on the issues that really matter for their business. That’s where a service like Neoweather comes in. Neoweather provides 24/7 accurate private forecasting that focuses on YOUR snow operation and YOUR coverage area. Private Weather Forecasting for Snow …

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Biggest Winter Storms of 2018

Here is a recap of some of the most significant winter storms in the United States during 2018. January 3-5 – Eastern US storm pummeled the northeastern states With snow up to 22 inches in Maine and wind gust up to 76 MPH in Massachusetts, this storm threw a mighty punch to welcome in the new year! January 12-13, 2018 – Winter Storm dumps up to 14 inches of snow in TennesseeĀ and Ohio Valleys to Lower Great Lakes and New …

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