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Weather Forecast Data & Analytics

Specifically designed to quantify the effects of changing weather perspectives on market prices, weather forecast data and analytics instantly converts streaming weather forecasts and market prices into actionable knowledge to gain a unique market perspective.

ICE Connect offers robust weather and price data archives to help drive your fundamental modeling needs. Weather forecast data and analytics archives include historical weather forecasts and 40+ years of observed weather (hourly and daily granularity are available for over 100 parameters and 6,000 global locations).

Where weather and markets meet

  • Stream medium- and long-range weather forecasts from key government forecast models
  • Very high spatial and temporal resolutions of all government forecast models
  • 200+ weather forecast fields including Gas Weighted Degree Days, snow, wind, solar, soil moisture, liquid precipitation, temperatures, humidity, pressure, etc
  • 1,000+ global locations and 6,000+ locations ready to add upon request
  • 40+ years of daily and hourly weather observations for all 200+ forecast fields and all locations
  • Pre-calculated climatology for trailing 10, 15 and 30 years as well as the official 30 year
  • Robust archive of weather forecasts which also include timestamps as to when these forecasts were available in the public domain

Weather forecast data and analytics comparison

ICE Weather: Thermal - Antarctica
Our ECMWF Extension maps provide visibility into weather conditions up to 45 days into the future.
ICE Weather: Thermal - North America
Our ‘All in One’ maps are used to analyze storm systems including the pressure, cloud, rain, and snow fields.



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