PRLog - March 15, 2010 - CORVALLIS, Ore. -- (Corvallis, OR) – March 15, 2010 - Whether planning a summer vacation, making a business decision or for just plain curiosity, the newest Apps from Climate Wise (www.climatesource.com)
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“We all know that weather is a fickle thing,” says George Taylor, Certified Consulting Meteorologist. “To have 30 years of climate data available instantaneously, will empower you to make the right choices.”
These newest Apps, powered by Climate Source®, come with built-in location awareness, help you track the long-term averages of temperature, snowfall, rainfall, humidity, dew points and more, from the highest peak to the lowest valley.
With just a quick sort, you can hone in on the exact location you want to research; a handy tool for those who are doing long-term planning for their vacations, for home buyers seeking the best location for their newest home, or for those who will amaze their friends at parties with their knowledge.
Climate Wise offers the power of 30-year Geographic Information System (GIS) data sets with historical long-term averages across the continental United States at the touch of a finger. The latest Spring and Summer Apps search tool provides access to your current location, or by state, city, zip code and even street address. Climate Wise™ works with Google maps to provide climate information within one mile of your location, anywhere in the lower 48 states, and you can instantly share data via email with other Climate Wise users.
“It’s the app you didn’t know you needed,” says Taylor. “But, once you have it, you’ll be amazed at how many uses it has. We’re sure there are some we haven’t even thought of yet.”
The entire suite of Climate Wise apps is available in the iTunes app store.
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About Climate Source:
Founded in 2000, CSI incorporates the use of the PRISM model, developed by Dr. Christopher Daly of Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon. CSI provides mobile applications and electronic climate maps for every U.S. state and some foreign countries. CSI offers more than 300 monthly and annual data sets including precipitation, temperature, snowfall and humidity information