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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-24-2017, 03:46 PM Thread Starter
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Greetings! Hope all is well with everyone out there in the REO/Prop Pres world!

Earthvisionz has created some great tools for prop pres and maintenance practices. We push live alerts to our users (tons of NAMFS members, just like us) so they can stay up to date on any weather events affecting their locations.

Need to know a certain threshold of snow accumulation at your properties?
Want to avoid fines and stay within compliance?
Have a need for keeping photos/documents organized and sharable?
You don't want to send your teams out to mow wet lawns, do you?

Get real-time notifications on all kinds of weather events that will affect your locations - high winds, hail, drought, flooding, etc.

We work with companies of all shapes and sizes and we'd love to learn how we can help improve your business! Find us at www.earthvisionz.com.

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Neat trick. Only if the weatherman are always wrong how accurate can you be? I can't count how many times I've seen it's going to rain all day, severe storms, only to have it sprinkle for 5 minutes. Or, the TV tells us it will be a bright and sunny day while watching the rain fall outside the window.

Just today we were told it was going to be a 90% chance of rain with severe storms. Worked all day and we only had 1 rain shower.
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Neat trick. Only if the weatherman are always wrong how accurate can you be? I can't count how many times I've seen it's going to rain all day, severe storms, only to have it sprinkle for 5 minutes. Or, the TV tells us it will be a bright and sunny day while watching the rain fall outside the window.



Just today we were told it was going to be a 90% chance of rain with severe storms. Worked all day and we only had 1 rain shower.


Where I'm at we got 2 inches and expecting more in the morning .. hopefully weatherman will be wrong , but like you said I've seen or heard we get rain and don't get squat!!


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Neat trick. Only if the weatherman are always
wrong how accurate can you be?
OK I gotta jump in here. Being a bit of a weather nerd, I cut them a
little slack. I'm certainly not advocating any service listed above,
there is so much free info with no advertising, why waste time with
anything else? Here's a good place to
start.....National Weather Service Might as well get some use out of
those taxes you pay, eh?

Seriously, even though they are frequently wrong, once you start to
understand how many variables go into a forecast, you will realize
these guys are good. The amount of advanced math and science needed
to get a degree in meteorology is mind numbing. Then again, it's a
good thing there are no charge backs for weathermen....I wonder, do
they have to buy E&O??

My favorite forecast I ever heard-and I quote,

"Today, we should have highs somewhere in the lower to middle upper 80s."
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OK I gotta jump in here. Being a bit of a weather nerd, I cut them a
little slack. I'm certainly not advocating any service listed above,
there is so much free info with no advertising, why waste time with
anything else? Here's a good place to
start.....National Weather Service Might as well get some use out of
those taxes you pay, eh?

Seriously, even though they are frequently wrong, once you start to
understand how many variables go into a forecast, you will realize
these guys are good. The amount of advanced math and science needed
to get a degree in meteorology is mind numbing. Then again, it's a
good thing there are no charge backs for weathermen....I wonder, do
they have to buy E&O??

My favorite forecast I ever heard-and I quote,

"Today, we should have highs somewhere in the lower to middle upper 80s."
I know why they are wrong. The point was how can an app show us weather conditions at our properties if the weather is mostly wrong?
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