San Francisco, CA – August 3, 2017 – CustomWeather, Inc., a premier, specialized provider of high-resolution weather data and alert services, announced that it has redesigned its public weather website, www.MyForecast.com, and has added expanded content that was previously only available to paid clients. MyForecast.com has long been proven as one of the most accurate weather resources and is known for its uncluttered and user-friendly interface. Now, a comprehensive suite of weather data products is presented in a sleek, responsive design, allowing consumers to get the weather forecasts and information they seek without sifting through cluttered ads or distracting non-weather-related content.
Newly added weather features include:
• Hourly Forecasts
• 15-day Extended Forecasts
• Detailed Hurricane maps
• Future Doppler Radar
• Expanded Charts and Meteograms
• Storm Center
Geoffrey Flint, President and CEO of CustomWeather, Inc., says “Most weather web sites try to lure visitors into spending time on their site via cluttered interfaces, simply to maximize their ad revenue. CustomWeather understands that most visitors are busy and just want a forecast and pertinent severe weather alert information. They may check the Doppler radar and other maps. We launched MyForecast.com as a fast, easy and satisfying site to quickly get that information without too many clicks. If the user wants more detailed or additional weather data, it’s there for them to explore as well, but you won’t have to spend all day scrolling through ads or articles to find it. MyForecast.com is a way for us to offer access to what is really just a small piece of the complex and advanced weather services that we provide to paying customers.”
CustomWeather, Inc. prides itself on highly accurate, precision forecasting data using proprietary forecasting technology. Our commitment to addressing unique customer needs and requirements allows us to provide unprecedented service and quality weather intelligence tailored to meet the needs of each individual business that we work with.