We work with businesses across logistics, financial services, restaurant services, emergency management, academia, and summer camps, to analyze upcoming weather threats and predict impacts. We offer a suite of historical and future weather data combined with our WeatherOptics Impact Index technology.
Part of what separates us from other weather competitors is that we speak in the terms that matter most to you. We take our forecasted raw weather data, run it through our proprietary algorithms, and spit out easy-to-understand and useful weather impact information. Rather than give you data on how much snow is going to fall and when, we tell you how roads will be impacted hour by hour for an unlimited number of zip codes or routes. Rather than give you data on how strong the winds will be, we tell you the likelihood of power going out hour by hour for every location in the United States. We analyze weather and how it affects various operations to give you only the information you need, without any unnecessary extras.
When you sign up with WeatherOptics, we don’t just send you a link and call it a day. We actively work with your business to develop the tools you need. We develop new models, widgets, and algorithms as we learn more about your daily operations. We engage in open communication so that you know exactly how we come to the forecasts we do.
Most weather insight companies will either be a small team of forecasters manually making predictions or a collection of mindless computer models spitting out data. We combine our collective meteorology experience with cutting-edge machine learning algorithms to bring you the best of both worlds. We’re constantly checking our models’ outputs against our trusty intuition to ensure our forecasts are as accurate as possible.
Give it a try for a few weeks and if you don’t like what we offer, cancel for free. Seriously, we won’t charge you a dime!
Scott is the founder and CEO of WeatherOptics Inc, which he started as a weather forecasting content platform in 2010. In 2016, after gaining a substantial following, WeatherOptics began servicing the private sector using impact analytics driven by historical weather data. Since this pivot, Pecoriello has led the effort to combine consumer, business, utility, and weather data in order to redefine how WeatherOptics could change business perspective on the weather. As founder as well as the director of all day to day operations, Pecoriello has proven WeatherOptics to be an effective, fast-growing data analytics company that is actively changing the way businesses think and react to the weather.
Nate is WeatherOptics’ product designer, with a background in industrial design. He has worked in mechanical design at General Electric Aviation and in internal process design at SpaceX after graduating from Northwestern University with a B.S. in Manufacturing and Design Engineering. Day to day he is in charge of strategy and product design for WeatherOptics. Argosh has worked closely with Pecoriello to create products that fit their vision of changing the way businesses approach weather, leading the creation of WeatherOptics’ unique portal system and managing relationships with a growing number of clients.
As Head of Data and Algorithm Development at WeatherOptics, Jared oversees the building and maintenance of the companies data-driven product suite. From database design to creating advanced machine learning models, Goldberg helps turn our meteorologists’ expertise into actionable insights for clients. He has worked to create and implement a data-based system that has been used to address the needs of a growing client list.
As Head Meteorologist, Josh bridges together weather forecasting with product quality and innovation. He vigilantly monitors weather threats across the country and directly engages with clients to outline hazards posed by expected inclement weather. He also offers insights into meteorology and numerical weather prediction to aid the development team in improving and expanding the diverse set of products. Feldman graduated from Stony Brook University in 2018 with a B.S. in Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences and Physics.
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.
Kathleen is a Meteorologist at WeatherOptics, where she works writing content for the website, providing accurate and detailed forecasts to clients, and consulting on various meteorological projects. Kathleen earned her B.S. in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences in 2018 from Stony Brook University. Kathleen has also done research into our changing climate by investigating the role of atmospheric rivers on arctic amplification in 2017.
Jackson is currently a student at the University of Miami, studying Meteorology and Broadcast Journalism. Dill produces forecast articles for the website and helps to manage the content schedule. He has also led the growth of WeatherOptics’ social media accounts, working to keep them aligned with the company’s evolving vision.
Dennis is a generalist in the product lifecycle, from ideation to implementation. His specialty is in mobile and web app development, the former of which is his main function in WeatherOptics. He has worked with Argosh and Pecoriello for a number of years. Lysenko works closely with Andriy Katkov on most projects, and is passionate about providing software products that people connect with.
Andriy has worked in software development for six-plus years, focusing primarily on mobile and backend applications. At WeatherOptics, Katkov has worked on the company’s weather data pipelines to provide fast, accurate information across a suite of products. He works closely with Dennis Lysenko to ensure the technical specifications of WeatherOptic’s products—from data delivery to platform usability—are working smoothly behind the scenes.