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The Land of Ice and Heat

The Land of Ice and Heat

Located between the Greenland Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean lies a captivating nation that is world renowned for its breathtaking landscapes, glaciers, volcanoes, geysers, and waterfalls. A land that is constantly being shaped by the forces of nature, with new geographic features emerging almost on a daily basis.

A Flowering Industry

A Flowering Industry

Flowers may well be some of the most poetic and romanticized of plants, attracting artists throughout human history to capture their inane beauty and variety. However, today they are also among the most traded and financially viable of agricultural commodities.

Through Rain and Shine, 170 Years of the Met Office.

Through Rain and Shine, 170 Years of the Met Office.

Over the years, weather forecasting has transformed from an art based on folklore and intuition to a science driven by complex models and advanced observations. At the heart of this evolution stands the Met Office, a British institution with a rich history that laid the foundations of modern meteorology. 

In our latest blog post, we will take a brief look at the rich and fascinating history of the Met Office who is celebrating 170 years of weather innovation.

The Travel of Spring

The Travel of Spring

The arrival of Spring, seen by many around the world as a time for hope, spans many areas of our lives. From weather and farming, to planning holidays, and starting those New Year plans and ideas, spring is a global phenomenon that never loses its fascination. One study even suggested that the increased daylight hours that spring brings has the added benefit of reducing crime levels.

Sunny Times for Retail

Sunny Times for Retail

In our latest blog post we will take a closer look at the retail sector. We will examine how weather affects our shopping habits, and the crucial role that understanding the past, present and future weather can play in helping reduce risks, while increasing sales and customer satisfaction.

The Internet of Energy

The Internet of Energy

The Internet of Energy (IoE) seamlessly connects power generators, distributors, and consumers through a digital network. This network collects data from smart meters, sensors, and connected devices to optimize energy use. In our latest blog post, we will look at how different energy sources can be managed, coordinated, and how weather data and energy storage can play just as an important role as generation.

The Urban Chill

The Urban Chill

In our latest blog post we will explore the creative approaches that some of the world’s cities are using to build resilient and pleasant environments for people (and perhaps horses) to live.

The Weather of Fog

The Weather of Fog

 Fog is one of the most dramatic, yet serene weather phenomena as it normally only exists when there is a lack of wind. 

Safety at Every Turn with the newly expanded Road Risk API from OpenWeather

Safety at Every Turn with the newly expanded Road Risk API from OpenWeather

The OpenWeather Road Risk API with increased product coverage and historic data.

Poles Apart

Poles Apart

Some of the most spectacular and beautiful, yet dangerous and inhospitable regions of our planet lie at its extremes - the North and South Poles. The lowest temperature ever officially recorded on the Earth’s surface was −89.2°C at Vostok station, Antarctica on the 21st July 1983. To put this into perspective, it is 24C warmer than the average temperature of the surface of Mars. 

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