SAN FRANCISCO--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Government weather data sources such as www.nasa.gov and ncdc.noaa.gov may be shut down, but for CustomWeather, Inc., a specialized provider of high resolution weather forecast and alert services, it is business as usual. Areas affected by the U.S. Government shut down include NASA and NCDC (National Climatic Data Center), which are often looked to for weather information.
Geoff Flint, CEO, remarked, “National Weather Service alert feeds are fine at the moment because we have backup and fully redundant data sources. Luckily, our safety net of data sources has prevented any of our data feeds from going down. Even though the NCDC is down, we're still reporting daily and hourly climate readings based on a derivation of hourly conditions.”
About CustomWeather, Inc.
CustomWeather is a San Francisco-based provider of high resolution weather forecast and alert services, offering the industry's most robust weather solutions for both decision support and consumer application. CustomWeather generates granular weather forecasts for over 200 countries worldwide, providing sophisticated weather services to leading companies in a variety of industries including Utilities, Oil and Gas, Offshore Drilling and Exploration, Insurance, Agriculture, Transportation, Mobile, and Media. For more than a decade, CustomWeather has been the leading one-stop solution for historical, real-time, and forecast weather services. For more information, visit www.CustomWeather.com.