Who we are
WxRisk.com is a private, subscription, Weather Forecasting Company. Founded in 1998, the company specializes in providing the most detailed and accurate weather forecasts for Days 3 through 30, as well as seasonal forecasts, for Grain Traders , Farmers, Energy Traders, Construction companies, Oil and Heat associations, Wineries and other businesses impacted by weather. Geographic areas covered include, but are not limited to: The Middle Atlantic region of the U.S., all of the Continental U.S., South America, Europe, Ukraine/Southern and western Russia, Kazakhstan, India, Australia & China. Current and previous clients include large and mid-size commodity trading houses, energy firms, gas and propane companies, ski resorts, individual farmers and business involved in providing transportation and construction services throughout the world. Every day we provide detailed short, medium and extended range as well as seasonal forecasts to our clients in U.S. and overseas. The unique nature of this type of weather forecasting has allowed us to develop a highly refined ability to see significant and major weather events before most other meteorologists do.
WxRisk.com and the WxRisk.com Facebook page have become increasingly popular in a short period of time, with the the Facebook page exceeding 110,000 “LIKES” in 3 years. During the week of DEC 18-24, 2010, WxRisk.com broke into the Google top 20 most popular web sites in the USA twice! WxRisk was the only well-known private weather company that correctly forecasted the recent severe cold and stormy winter of 2013-14, in the central and eastern U.S. as well as the quiet below normal east coast hurricane season in 2013. Our forecast about hurricane Sandy striking the Southern NJ coast was issued on OCT 21, 2012, eight days before actual landfall – at a time when most other forecasts called for Sandy to head out to sea and even stated that “It is not possible for Sandy to strike the southern NJ coast”. During the winter of 2010-11, WxRisk forecasted the historic Christmas Day Blizzard (DEC25-26, 2010) that would drop 1 to 2 feet of snow from Norfolk VA, to NJ, NYC and SE Massachusetts while most other forecasts predicted less than 4 inches of snow.