Small Biz Weathers the Storm

July 28, 2014

Whether a small business is based indoors or outdoors, chances are it is affected by severe weather sometime. Snow storms, heavy rainfall, high winds, and the like stall outdoor labor (like construction) and keep people off the streets — both employees and customers — from coast to coast. Source


Infographic: Cloud Computing vs. Snow

March 22, 2014

This infographic comes to us from, and shows how cloud computing could save the UK billions each year, since snow days often shut down business. According to As the infographic shows, the UK economy has been losing up to 1.2 billion a day during the current bad weather as up to 1/5th of […]


Man-made Good Weather

December 16, 2013

According to this infographic, the technology for creating favorable weather conditions for public celebrations was developed in Russian in the 1990s. This infographic looks at man-made good weather and shows how humans have been able to manipulate the weather to do what we want it to do and create cloud dispersal. Source

Weatherproof Products

Top 21 Weatherproof Products

April 6, 2013

The top 21 weatherproof products on the market. Metal tags are number 1, which can last outdoors for 20+ years, followed by products like weatherproof paper, a scuba mp3 player, digital camera, solar chargers and more. Via: Weatherproof Tags


Interesting Facts on Lightning

January 10, 2013

You may have admired it from afar or have had close encounters with it during a seasonal storm, but you may not know the magnitude behind this tremendous natural event. Lightning is one of nature’s most awesome and powerful forces. With ten million times the power of a household light bulb, a single lightening bolt […]

Financial Relief from Mother Nature

Financial Relief from Mother Nature

November 21, 2012

Weather is the unwelcome wild card in agricultural production that farmers have to contend with every year. Whether it is drought, too much rain, a killing freeze or excessive heat, weather is the number one factor that affects yields – and it is completely out of a farmer’s control. The federal government offers farmers some […]

Tsunami: Very Long Gravity Wave

Tsunami: Very Long Gravity Wave

October 22, 2012

What are tsunamis and how exactly do they work? Gain a better understanding of tsunamis along with stats for the largest recorded tsunamis. Source’s Raking in the Facts of Fall

October 20, 2012

The weather is changing and so are the leaves in many parts of the U.S. Raking leaves is exercise? What’s the perfect size leaf pile to jump into? gives you all the important tidbits about Fall Weather. Source

Fighting Climate Change

Fighting Climate Change

October 8, 2012

In this infographic, provides awareness on the more important indicators of climate changing. This shows the degree of worsening or improvement of each indicator. Source

Fire & Ice: The UK

Fire & Ice: The UK’s Most Extreme Weather Events

October 1, 2012

The met office records some of the UK’s most extreme weather patterns. Here are a few that hold the current weather records. Source

31 Days of Refreshingly Chilled Lemonade

31 Days of Refreshingly Chilled Lemonade

August 29, 2012

Each glass of lemonade represents weather information for Toronto in August 2000. It compares the daily temperature to all the days of the month, as well as to what the temperature was on that same day in the previous year. Additional information is told through the lemon wedge and number of ice cubes in the […]

Colourdar: Helsinki/Finland - Average temp...

Colourdar: Helsinki/Finland – Average temp…

July 27, 2012

Colourdar is a data visualization project, about annual weather of different cities in a calendar format. Source