Right now, when you schedule a one-day, or a six month project the weather factor is unknown….
Now, when you nail down a new project and begin to layout your schedule, you can look to the dryday forecasts to help you minimize unexpected wet weather. With this understanding you can adjust the most weather-sensitive portion of your schedule to occur during the forecasted drier periods.
Over the past ten years, projects planned with dryday have enjoyed significant odds on their side with accuracy up to 87%.
During that same time period, dryday forecasts outperformed planning on your own by a factor of almost three to one. This means that if you were planning with dryday forecasts during that period, roughly three out of four dryday forecasts would have provided you better odds over planning on your own.
The opposite is also true, if you were planning on your own, you would have been at a disadvantage around 75% of the time. Right now when you lay out a critical path, you can’t add a weather factor. You could be scheduling the most weather-sensitive portion of the project right in the middle of a forecasted “Risky” period.
The dryday forecast system uses exact calculations of a number of forces that have been proven, by extensive testing, to be acting upon our weather at an exact date in the future, at an exact location on earth.
The dryday long range weather forecast system is the culmination of over 50 years of privately funded meteorological research.
Unlike historical averages, dryday forecasts are created using a dynamic model of the atmosphere based on meteorological forces that have been proven, by extensive testing, to be acting upon our weather.
We forecast over 3.2 million locations with published verified historical accuracy of up to 87%.
dryday has served 60,000+ customers worldwide with over 65% making repeat purchases.
dryday forecasts have consistently outperformed randomly planning on your own.
In fact, over the last ten years, dryday forecasts have demonstrated a three to one advantage over random selection.