Latest Blogs

Can I Flood?

Flooding can occur in unexpected places. We discuss ways to determine if you are at risk.

  Major weather events are typically preceded with meteorologists calling for preparedness, while  the days after a storm are often times filled with inevitable devastation & shock. Too...
Read More

Watches and Warnings: Hurricane Edition

Find out the difference between hurricane & tropical storm watches and warning here!

  Hurricane Matthew GR2 analyst radar image as it approaches Florida October 6, 2016   The National Hurricane Center defines hurricane season between June 1st and November 30th, with the...
Read More

Cool Weather Bookends a Warm September 2016

September began on a fairly cool note in the Midwest as the first three days of the month averaged anywhere from 2 - 6 degrees below normal (highs in the mid to upper 70s and lows in the 60s to even...
Read More

Open House Recap!

A look back at the WeatherWorks Open House Event!

Celebrating our 30th year serving the snow and ice industry, the staff of WeatherWorks hosted an Open House of our office in Hackettstown, NJ on September 30, 2016. We wanted to thank our clients for...
Read More

Typical First Freeze & Snow Stats

When does the Northeast normally see its first freeze and first measurable snow?

With the days growing shorter and temperatures cooler, those in the snow and ice industry are busy preparing for the upcoming winter season. Most are especially curious when we will see our first...
Read More