Stop Using Forecasts That Don’t Help Your Budget or Operations!
PWF is not a national organization serving thousands of clients throughout the U.S., a TV station serving an entire region, or a website that spits out computer generated forecasts when a zip code is entered. Those sources will leave you guessing and making decisions based on deficient forecasts. PWF is local and focuses on serving a core group of about 250+ clients in MA, NH, RI and CT. Our forecasts are an upgrade from those you have experienced because they are all hand prepared, location specific, in-sync with current weather conditions and tailored to your operation. Direct 24/7 phone access to our meteorologists completes the package by enabling you to make informed weather related decisions based on the most real-time information and the assessment of a professional. This is the reason our clients overwhelming report better outcomes from our forecasts.
What You Can Expect from Precision Weather Forecasting (PWF)
Cold Season Storm Warnings
Tailored to your town
Daily 5-Day Forecasts
Plan your week
Warm Season Storm Warnings
Tailored to your town
Legal, certified, trusted
We Understand Your Real-World Costs, Operations, & Timeframes
Why You don’t Want To Rely on Regional Forecasts or Radar Alone
Without professional intervention and expert interpretation, making budget-sensitive decisions based on county-based online or regional television forecasts will cost you.
What you see on radar may not be what is happening on the ground. We have the tools, experience and educated background to confirm precipitation types and whether it is indeed hitting the ground so you can plan accordingly.
What is the value of our service for you?
For the equivalent of $3.00 a day, you will have 24/7/365 access to a team of local and seasoned meteorologists. When you couple this with more precise timelines and forecasts tailored to help you manage your operation at the town level, you will achieve the best possible results.
That is a service that pays for itself! Learn more
“Unmatched in the annals of weather forecasting!” – The Boston Globe