DTN awarded the Aviation Modernization and Automation Project to provide automated weather observing systems at main airports in Ireland.
Digital information services provider incorporates weather and turbulence forecasting into new S4A suite of airline operations products.
DTN announced today that it has acquired Wilkens Weather Technologies, a Houston-based weather company, from Rockwell Collins, Inc. (NYSE: COL).
Hurricane Harvey will likely be remembered for many years as one of the most catastrophic storms to ever hit the United States. It has been nearly a decade since a major hurricane (Category 3 or higher) has hit the United States.
If you’re reading this article, chances are pretty good you’ve heard of Hurricane Irma. She reached Category 5 this morning, the strongest on the Saffir-Simpson scale, with sustained winds of 185 mph and gusts over 200 mph. You may have also noticed a funnel or cone shape forecasting her path. This is called the Cone of
Founded in 1836 where the Buffalo Bayou met White Oak Bayou, Houston has faced many floods. Not long after being established, the settlement flooded. Initially swamp land, people began to try and drain the area. Done with no planning, draining the land did not account for flooding rains. Flooding rains would come again and again
DTN announced today that it now has more than 5,500 Ag Weather Stations in its network across the United States and Canada.
After seeing the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey, you might want to find a safer place to live than the hurricane prone Gulf Coast. While both the Gulf and East Coasts are prone to major hurricane landfalls, many areas of the country have risks. The Plains, Midwest, and Southeast have frequent tornadoes, much of the
One of the most common terms we hear during the summer when discussing the weather is Heat Index. While the Heat Index can give you an idea of how dangerous the heat can be, there is another lesser known variable that may give a complete description, known as the Wet Bulb Globe Temperature. The Heat
DTN today announced that based on comparisons from a recent report, it had the lowest forecast error for both one-day-out and two-day-out high temperature forecasts.