Less than a year ago we launched a series of new content that expanded upon our mission of allowing people to See Weather Differently. Our daily Morning Briefings, Sunday Storm, and regular updates have reached hundreds of thousands of people, giving them a refreshing look at how incoming weather may impact their region.

With quieter weather months ahead and a refreshed commitment to helping businesses across the world use weather as a tool for furthering competitive advantages, reducing risk, and creating additional opportunities for success, we will be changing our content schedule for Summer 2019.

Our social media will remain as active as ever, with daily updates on the latest weather. However, we will be scaling down our long-form articles, keeping it limited to Monday’s 5 Things to Watch as well as significant events.

For business inquires about our new products and industry-specific weather analysis, please contact us through our website. We appreciate the incredible feedback and support that we’ve received from our readers over the last several years.

We’re looking forward to this next chapter of WeatherOptics as we continue to change the way business and weather interact.


As the marketing lead at WeatherOptics, Noah works to create a coherent marketing strategy for the data-based weather startup. Prince transformed WeatherOptics front-facing content schedule, leading the change for a number of new series—ranging from Monday’s 5 Things to Watch to thedaily Morning Briefing. He also works on the client facing side, ensuring that clients are receiving appropriate information in an efficient manner. Prince works closely with each memberof the executive team to ensure a coherent strategic approach is being used across the board.

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