It’s late February and the heaviest snow storm of the season has just dumped a foot of snow in your area. Road maintenance crews have cleared much of the snow from public roads and your favorite TV meteorologist is forecasting abundant sunshine, albeit amidst frigid temperatures and brisk winds, for the next few days.
In addition to the weather and pavement forecasts we provide via our maintenance decision support system – Iteris MDSS – we are proud to provide weekend weather briefing videos to customers around the country.
As the winter months approach, road maintenance officials will no doubt be recalling the comments and complaints they were inundated with during last year’s blizzard.
DTN is excited to announce that lightning alerts are now available to ClearPath Weather users.
As we move from spring to summer, an interesting question arises: should those hoping for big corn yields this fall be cheering for a cooler- or warmer-than-normal summer?
To say that the Golden State can lay claim to the title of king of almonds might be an understatement.
Leah Dailey explains how one of Minnesota’s largest cities has prepared for the influx of out-of-towners set to face its typically unforgiving weather conditions.
For you sports junkies out there, if I could prove to you that I can correctly predict winners and losers with 80% accuracy, would you use my advice in Las Vegas?
It is intuitively obvious that soil conditions, particularly temperature and moisture content, play a critical role in the efficiency of agriculture, affecting all decisions from planting through harvest. As such, many agricultural and weather service providers are starting to offer measurement solutions and/or model-based estimates and forecasts of soil temperature and moisture. Recently, meteorologist Tim Marquis