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Irma Could Harm Florida’s Crops, Especially Sugar Cane And Citrus

September 07, 2017

Florida’s crops, especially citrus and sugar cane, could be damaged by Hurricane Irma , a forecast service said Wednesday. “The exact track of the storm will be a major determining factor on the extent of the crop damage,” said Don Keeney, senior agricultural meteorologist for MDA Weather Services. “A storm track right over the center […]

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WRMA Member MDA Weather Services Comments on Hurricane Irma’s Impact on FL Ag

September 07, 2017

Hurricane Irma continues to make its way towards the U.S. We were joined by Christopher Hyde, director of weather marketing and a meteorologist with MDA Weather Services, says the damage to agriculture may be worse than the giant Andrew storm in 1992. Read The Article

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Launch of weatherXchange

February 16, 2017

January 2017, HARPENDEN, Herts, UK Speedwell Weather is pleased to announce the launch of the weatherXchange platform. weatherXchange is a platform which helps companies access index-based weather risk protection and which provides valuation and settlement services. Read More

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WRMA to Hold Weather Risk Symposium as Official Supporter of InterMET Asia

February 06, 2017

The Weather Risk Management Association (WRMA) will hold a half-day Weather Risk Management Symposium on March 21, 2017 in conjunction with the 2017 InterMET Asia – Extreme Weather Expo Conference in Singapore. As an official supporter of the InterMET Extreme Weather Expo Conference, WRMA has compiled an impressive lineup of industry experts to provide attendees a […]

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WRMA Invites Students to Participate in 2017 Conference

December 01, 2016

The Weather Risk Management Association (WRMA) is pleased to announce the launch of its first student conference, set for May 17-19, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois. Undergraduate and graduate students are invited to participate in this 1st Annual Economics of Weather/Climate Conference by submitting a brief abstract on a topic related to the intersection of atmospheric science […]

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