February 2020 Newsletter: La Nina Is Coming: Is Your Business Ready?

Winter 2019-2020 is almost in the history books and it certainly set some records. Meteorological Winter is defined as 1 December to 29 February, and that period has been warm, wet but not very snowy for the U.S. as a whole. Here are the trends based on 260 cities across the U.S. representing over 80% of the population.
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New Year Weather Intelligence: Q1 Retail Projections and Q4 Recap

As one year closes and a new first quarter emerges, unpredictable weather can pose challenges for business. From volatile temperatures and precipitation to the widespread flu outbreak, it can be difficult to predict what's on the horizon in the new year if you're not properly equipped. Year-ahead weather intelligence makes it easier to turn challenges into opportunities. So, here's our Q1 sales and weather forecasts and a recap of Q4 sales trends to help you start the year out strong.
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December Newsletter: Winter Projections and November Review

Here's a long-range outlook on the weather for the winter season and the start of the holiday season. You'll also find some insights on the November retail period and predictions for the flu season.
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Weather Trends Newsletter: Q3 Predictions

Weather affects every business. From devastating hurricanes to irregular seasonal temperatures, knowing what weather to expect enables you to optimize your business and operations. Weathertrends360's proprietary year-ahead forecasting model tells you what weather is coming eleven months out with 85% accuracy. Here's a review of our Q2 predictions and a preview of how weather will impact businesses in Q3.
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