United Nations Day: Climate Smart Initiative Update

Climate Smart Initiative This past July, DTN participated as a thought leader in a side event of the United Nations’ High-Level Political Forum 2018 (HLPF) in New York City. The meeting was organized by the Permanent Mission of Kazakhstan to the United Nations to feature mechanisms for global partnerships and sustainable development. DTN had the

Weather Risk: How the Oil and Gas Industry Saves Billions

Most people understand the value that weather forecasts bring to the general public. They tell us whether it will be a good beach day, how much to bundle up at the football game, and if it’s necessary to bring an umbrella to work. However, the benefits of weather information provided to businesses by the private

Hurricane Florence

Metstat Hurricane

We at MetStat, now DTN, are watching with bated breath as Hurricane Florence tracks westward toward the Carolinas. At this time, the most widespread impacts will be flooding from torrential rain, though areas near the coastline will experience intense and destructive winds as well. National Hurricane Center Risk of Flash Flooding for Hurricane Florence National

Short-term Weather Modeling Available in ArcGIS

Advances in weather modeling in recent years have placed focus on high-resolution, short-term weather forecasts. There are forecasts that cover the following 18-36 hours. The forecasts provide a detailed prediction of hazardous weather threats including mapping future radar imagery over the next 18 hours. WDT has created the ability to serve this data to users