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weathermodels.com Industry Dashboard Energy USA

We are making tools and features affordably priced for everyone

The weathermodels.com Energy Industry Dashboard comes with awesome features like CDD/HDD tables for various models, intuitive graphical displays, and boxplots to enable streamlined handling of our vast data offerings. All of this comes with an affordable price tag.

  • Organize your own dashboards to quickly access your favorite displays
  • Design your own customized model blends to correct for model biases and produce output that reflects your forecaster experience
  • Verify past model forecasts with actual observations
  • Access a wide variety of extra special maps specific to long range energy forecasting such as zonal wind anomalies, angular momentum, and velocity potential anomalies
  • Download CDD/HDD as csv or json files

Organize customized dashboards with the maps and charts you need on a regular basis. You can arrange them by region, customer, or whatever else that helps streamline your workflow.

The weathermodels.com Industry Energy Account features degree day output for the 331 census cities displayed in an intuitive table that highlights anomalous values with color coding. Cooling degree days and heating degree days are available along with average temperatures and minimum/maximum temperatures. All data is comparable to climatological normal values.

The weathermodels.com Industry Energy Account features also population weighted degree days for the census regions and all states as well as Gas CDD/HDD (cooling/heating degree days) and Electric Demand Degree Days.

Our dashboard lets you inspect data quickly, navigate through it, and sort it for export to csv or json as input into your own system, if you have one.

Our filter tool makes it easy to crop away unneeded data and declutter your workspace.

Line graphs and box plots for Ensembles of CDD, Average, and Min/Max temperature are useful to understand the range of possible outcomes for a given forecast. We calculate the degree days for every ensemble member.

To view all model forecasts for a certain location at once, we built our “Model Weighter” tool. It allows you to display several models and their last 4 runs for a given city and compare them.

Experienced forecasters also have the ability to build their own custom model blend and add it to the display. Think the EPS has a better handle on the short term pattern but the GEFS is more sensible farther out? A custom blend favoring EPS early and GEFS late will provide a forecast that reflects your analysis and expertise.

The Industry Dashboard Energy Account also includes all features of the International Commercial Forecaster plus additional maps like angular momentum, velocity potential, zonal wind anomaly, and much more. This account type also comes with a vast amount of parameters and city regions.

Of course, all other beloved forecasting tools, like the city charts, the animator, the special charts, and the model comparator will also be included in this Industry Energy Dashboard.

It is always important to know how well a certain model has performed, so we offer a verification table that compares recent model forecasts to actual observations and color codes the degree of deviation from the actual observation. This way, one can see very quickly how well a certain model run has performed and if any systemic biases are present.