This page provides updates and weather information on current weather events for the mid-Atlantic region as well as much of the U.S. and overseas for agricultural concerns and those who have operations/meteorological interests (“regular forecasts”). Detailed weather maps, weather alerts and weather presentations on the WxRisk You Tube Channel provide visual presentations and meteorological discussions of weather conditions over the North America for the next 3 weeks.
- The Three Weekend Newsletter for The General Public
The THREE WEEKEND NEWSLETTER is a unique and specialized subscription weather newsletter for the general public. What makes this forecast product unique is that it focuses mostly on the Middle Atlantic region and it focuses on the next 3 upcoming weekends. This is not a computer generated forecast that you see on most websites. A WxRisk.com forecaster is directly involved in issuing this forecast. While there are many places on the Internet where an individual can get a general 14 day forecast, the truth is that all of these so called weather forecasts are not really forecasts at all. The weather information that you see on those types of 14 day forecasts are taken from one specific weather model. This particular weather model is the most inaccurate and least reliable weather model in the world.
- The Operational Weather Alert Table
The Operational Weather Alert Table provides a brief summary of major weather conditions affecting various regions of North America over the 2 to 15 days. When the weather conditions clearly indicate significant and prolonged weather events, some forecast summaries presented here may cover the next 30 days. The Operational Weather Alert Tables updated every other day.
To see the LATEST version of The Operational Weather Alert Table.... CLICK HERE
- You Tube Presentations
WxRisk.com presents a video discussing weather patterns, analysis, forecasts, and weather Models. These videos are very in depth and detailed, yet surprisingly easy to understand. They are designed to be educational and enlightening in regards to how one can and should look at the atmosphere and the art of making weather forecasts out to 30 days.http://www.youtube.com/user/wxdave1