Freehold, NJ, September 08, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- A new weather provider has come to the New York City and Philadelphia metropolitan areas. NY NJ PA Weather is a unique weather provider, because not only are the general weather forecasts free, but you can contact the forecasting meteorologist as well.
Meteorologist and owner, Steven DiMartino, explains why he left the larger companies to go start his own weather consulting firm. “I’ve forecasted at major weather provider for the past several years, helping major energy, aviation, and transportation clients prepare for volatile weather. While the actual job was exciting and rewarding, I felt I needed to go out on my own. I’ve had weather forecasting in my blood since I could read. Growing up in central New Jersey, Freehold, I got to experience and love snow storms, which is my passion to forecast for. I’ve been forecasting since I was a young teenager for Freehold Borough High School and even before than at times. I think the formation of NY NJ PA Weather was only a matter of time.”
“Many major weather providers give you straight model data with little alteration from a skilled meteorologist. You won’t get that with NY NJ PA Weather though. Instead, you get detailed, site specific, zone forecasts for all of New Jersey, southeastern New York, southern Connecticut, and eastern Pennsylvania. Also, each week a new in depth news letter will discuss the latest in meteorological news spanning from a large range of topics. All for free. Why am I doing this for free? Because the public deserves a weather forecast they can trust. A weather forecast not filled with hype and misinformation. You can trust that at NY NJ PA Weather, you’ll get neither.”
In the near future, NY NJ PA weather will expand to client consultation for significant weather events like winter weather, severe weather, and heat and cold waves. Meteorologist Steven DiMartino has the expert knowledge and experience to help clients prepare for and stay ahead of the storms to save money, time, and most importantly lives.
Visit NYNJPAweather.com for the most up to date and best weather information.