AccuWeather’s Superior Accuracy™ in Action: Helping You Protect Your People, Property and Profits

Northern Illinois Tornadoes

Northern Illinois Tornadoes

There are few sights in nature that are simultaneously more terrifying and awe-inspiring than a violent tornado. Yet, modern technology and weather science allow the injuries, deaths and damages to be mitigated from these horrific storms. read more

Moore, Oklahoma Tornado

Moore, Oklahoma Tornado

The most precious gift you can have when a tornado is bearing down on you is time. Time to plan. Time to gather up your family, employees or customers and get to shelter before the storm arrives. When the tornado – that was a surprise to some – moved across Moore, Oklahoma, on March 25, 2015, it was not a surprise to the clients of AccuWeather Enterprise Solutions. Our clients had more than 15 minutes of advance notice the tornado was on the way. read more

AccuWeather uses Superior Accuracy to Predict Winter Weather Months in Advance

AccuWeather uses Superior Accuracy to Predict Winter Weather Months in Advance

​Months prior to the start of the winter weather season, AccuWeather was able to accurately forecast the impending winter weather. read more

AccuWeather Calls for Flooding in Desert Southwest Four Days in Advance with Superior Accuracy™

AccuWeather Calls for Flooding in Desert Southwest Four Days in Advance with Superior Accuracy™

​Four days before other major weather services called for it, AccuWeather accurately predicted and outlined the effects Hurricane Norbert and Tropical Storm Dolly would have on the Desert Southwest. read more

Lake Effect PoP

Lake Effect PoP

​Precision. Dependability. Trust. Guts. These words describe AccuWeather Enterprise Solution’s forecasts and storm warnings during the extraordinary Buffalo Blizzard of 2014. read more

Correctly Predicting Super Typhoon Halong

Correctly Predicting Super Typhoon Halong

​AccuWeather forecasted the long-lived Super Typhoon Halong with Superior Accuracy™. Halong formed in the western Pacific Ocean to the west of Guam on July 29, 2014. The AccuWeather forecast offered detailed information about the accompanying severe weather and also accurately predicted the potential impact days in advance of other weather sources. read more

Superior Forecast Accuracy for Super Typhoon Neoguri

Superior Forecast Accuracy for Super Typhoon Neoguri

​Early July 2014, after a quiet start to the western Pacific tropical season, the basin came to life early in July 2014 as a tropical depression near Guam strengthened into Super Typhoon Neoguri, tracking toward Japan. read more

Heavy Rains in Japan Were No Surprise for Our Clients

Heavy Rains in Japan Were No Surprise for Our Clients

​Correctly predicting a developing area of low pressure that brought heavy rainfall on March 30, 2014 to Katsuyama, Japan, AccuWeather called for heavy rainfall for the area when our competitors did not. AccuWeather Enterprise Solutions alerted its clients to this threat per their warning criteria, which in this case was 2 inches (50mm) of rain within a given 12 hour period. Other weather providers did not forecast heavy rain and with calls for… read more

June 2014, Indianapolis Tornado

June 2014, Indianapolis Tornado

​Some called the tornado a “freak event.” Others characterized their reaction as “shock” and “fear” as they “scurried for cover” when the tornado moved across Indianapolis. Clients of AccuWeather Enterprise Solutions called it “well forecasted.” So much so they were able to plan for the storm and mitigate the risks it posed. read more

Record Storm…Extraordinary Results

Record Storm…Extraordinary Results

​More than 2,500,000 people without electricity. Countless daily record snowfalls. Thousands of automobile accidents. And, weather stations in five states: Vermont, West Virginia, New York, Virginia and Maryland reported more than two feet of snow. read more

A “Freak” Atlanta Storm was No Surprise to AccuWeather Clients

A “Freak” Atlanta Storm was No Surprise to AccuWeather Clients

​The Atlanta snow of January 28, 2014 has been dubbed by some as a “freak storm.” There was nothing “freakish” about it for AccuWeather customers. AccuWeather gave them the information they needed to make the right decisions. read more

AccuWeather Provides Outstanding Warning of Texas Ice Storm

AccuWeather Provides Outstanding Warning of Texas Ice Storm

​A devastating ice storm. Thousands of businesses without power in the coldest weather of the year. Impossible driving conditions. Thousands sleeping on floors or cots for as long as three nights at the airport. Hundreds of semis trapped on I-35 in Denton County unable to make deliveries. Total damage estimated at $50 million. read more

AccuWeather Success Story - Hurricane Sandy

AccuWeather Success Story - Hurricane Sandy

​Our forecasts correctly predicted the landfall and severity of the storm seven days before impact, and well ahead of other outlets. Several major news organizations quoted us as calling for a storm that “will affect millions and cost billions.” Days ahead we correctly called for “power outages for days or weeks stretching from West Virginia through New York and New England.” read more

2 Storms, 2 Industries, 2,000 Miles

2 Storms, 2 Industries, 2,000 Miles

​Whether it’s a Pearl Jam concert or the largest railroad in Mexico, across dozens of industries, and throughout North America, leading companies no longer leave extreme weather to chance. They team with AccuWeather Enterprise Solutions to protect people, property, and profits. read more

AccuWeather Success Story - American Rail Dispatching Center

AccuWeather Success Story - American Rail Dispatching Center

​October 8, 2:15 PM.: AccuWeather issued American Rail Dispatching Center (ARDC) a flash flood warning for their track, from Palmer, MA, to Windsor, VT. The warning stated that 3” of rain had already fallen on the track and forecast 3” or more to fall throughout the night. The warning also stated to watch for high water and track washouts. read more

Tornado Strikes Town: No Lives Lost

Tornado Strikes Town: No Lives Lost

​When a violent tornado moved through the center of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, on February 10, 2013, a quiet Sunday afternoon, AccuWeather Enterprise Solutions provided its clients with clear, actionable information well before the National Weather Service. read more

Warnings for Blizzard of ‘13

Warnings for Blizzard of ‘13

​If you received critical business intelligence 24 hours before your competitors, would you have a competitive advantage? Of course! Find out what happened in the great snowstorm of February 7-9. read more

Outdoor Events Large and Small Benefit from SkyGuard

Outdoor Events Large and Small Benefit from SkyGuard

​Thursday, July 26, 2012, a tractor pull is in progress at the Elkhart County 4-H Fair. AccuWeather Enterprise Solutions is monitoring the atmosphere over the region and, at 8:05pm, issues a lightning warning for the Fair. read more

The Thunderclap Heard ‘Round the World

The Thunderclap Heard ‘Round the World

​As thunderstorms threatened the area, officials for Six Flags Over Texas received a lightning warning from AccuWeather Enterprise Solutions. They immediately began taking proactive measures to get their guests to a secure location. read more

Better Radar = Better Tornado Tracking

Better Radar = Better Tornado Tracking

​Often companies use the words, “new” and “better” for things that don’t really matter to their customers. During the week of April 9, 2012, AccuWeather used an improved radar to save lives. read more