Monthly Archives: June 2013

I’m not a Meteorologist but I play one on TV

We recently shot a video in our Operations Department in which I described ImpactWeather’s services and their value to our clients, while seated at the work station of one of our meteorologists (trust me, it’s a far more dynamic background than my office).  Prior to the “go” signal from our videographer, much joking was made […]

“If you see it, flee it.”

You have probably heard the following slogans regarding lightning: When thunder roars, go indoors If you see it, flee it   If you hear it, clear it Lightning kills; play it safe Sunday, June 23, marks the beginning of Lightning Awareness Week, which promotes awareness and safety, and brings attention to the growing number of […]

“The Lion King” was right: We are all connected in the great circle of…weather

In my opinion, The Lion King is arguably one of the best animated motion pictures (and Broadway plays) of all time. After many years of watching the Hamlet-based movie as a child and recently with my young niece, there are still life (and business) lessons to be learned. Whether it’s to be patient with a […]