Monday, October 8, 2012

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Our performance, in their words.

From long-range forecasts to dedicated on-site consult the day of an event, our team has served public safety agencies, school systems and private organizations with detailed climate and weather intelligence. Our services have influenced large-scale operational decisions by county and state emergency managers, facility operators and event planners. 

Lead Forecaster Connor and Meteorologist Alex Davies providing decision
support to Baltimore City Emergency Managers at the 2012 Grand Prix 
The advance information we deliver to our partners has helped them take cost-effective, safety-focused actions, reducing the impact of weather events on facilities, staff, customers and the public. 

Recent testimonials from our partners and clients:
Robert Maloney, Deputy Chief of Emergency Management and Public Safety for Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake; at the 2012 Grand Prix:
“The Foot's Forecast Team was instrumental in helping Baltimore City officials keep race spectators safe and informed of weather hazards. The level of detailed weather intelligence provided was necessary given the potent thunderstorms which occurred within the race area.”  

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

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Prologue To Powder? 
The US Surface Fronts and Pressures Surface Analysis
as of  800 AM EDT 10/2. If you want a good East coast snowstorm,
better hope this low pressure track trend starts edging eastward over time.

11:45 AM EDT 10/2  (Winter Stormcast Team) About this time of year, we know Powderhounds like us enjoy observing the first big rainstorm event with glee and love to say, "Just think, if this were happening in December...we'd have two feet of snow!!" 

This year, we're not so sure about that. Were it actually December 2 right now, the current arrangement of a High pressure system in eastern New England with an occluded front over the Tennessee Valley would mean just ONE outcome for much of the Eastern U.S.:

A steady rain, temps in the mid 40s, disappointed skiers and snowboarders everywhere.