Weather data is critical for both federal and state & local governments to assist with planning for improvements, infrastructure, resource deployment, and potential disruptions in operations due to weather events.
The Federal Government and governmental agencies are also using OnPoint Weather to create real-world scenarios for how a particular weather event, like a major snowstorm or hurricane, has impacted communities (i.e. areas with most and/or extreme weather activity, locations of rain or snow lines, etc.), which leads to more informed decision making.
State & local governments are using OnPoint Weather to allocate community resources such as plows, watering, conservation, water bans, and other community based measures.
From predicting and planning for inclement weather to resource scheduling, educational institutions and universities are using historical weather to plan the academic year with more information and insight.
Comparisons of previous years weather data correlated against data such as expenses, student & faculty attendance, allow educational planners and administrators the ability to more accurately plan for the upcoming school year.
Educational institutions and academia is also using historical weather data for academic research including in teaching data analytics or other data driven curriculums.
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