AccuWeather’s expert meteorologists warned earlier and more accurately than anyone else, helping businesses better prepare for the major ice storm that swept the South at the end of January.
AccuWeather provided six days of advance notice for the prolonged ice storm far ahead of other sources
AccuWeather provided advance notice of the dangerous icy conditions two days before other sources
While other sources predicted no or low chance of travel disruptions in Dallas, AccuWeather correctly predicted icy conditions
ACCUWEATHER ALERTS FIRST & MORE ACCURATELY
AccuWeather’s forecasts with provenSuperior Accuracy™alerted businesses about the dangerous risks of an ice storm in areas that generally don’t receive ice and snow.
The storm brought freezing rain and sleet, as AccuWeather For Business accurately predicted. Other sources only predicted snow in Dallas.
AccuWeather provided up to six days of advance notice, issuing a Storm Potential Outlook and Storm Potential Notice, which predicted a large swath of the ice storm.
AccuWeather correctly predicted the potential for a prolonged ice event and dangerous travel in the Little Rock, Oklahoma City, and Dallas areas.
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