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FAIR SKIES’ SERVICES ASSISTS YOUR ORGANIZATION

Mark McGinnis has spent his time as a Certified Consulting Meteorologist preparing organizations and businesses with weather hazard planning to ensure the safety of those working during inclement weather are safe. No matter the size of your workplace or building, McGinnis helps you be prepared with weather hazard planning services. 

Severe Weather Planning at Infinity Fields in Waukesha, WI

“We made a significant investment with our state-of-the-art baseball facilities. Fair Skies Consulting educated us on the weather threats and how to protect players, coaches and family with a comprehensive weather plan for Infinity Fields at Five Diamonds....

Not All El Niños Are Created Equally

As winter approaches, more and more people are becoming aware of El Niño. Did you already know about it? If so, great. If not, you have time to learn and prepare. It is a significant factor in weather forecasts for the next 6 months. Meteorologists in many...

Proper Weather Planning Keeps People Safe

Over the next few weeks of summer right through fall, outdoor festivals continue throughout the country. It is an exciting time of year, for many families, as summer festivals transition to harvest and fall festivals. State Fairs across the south and west...

Lightning Fatalities Increase in the Summer

Summer weather means warmth, sunshine and increased time spent outdoors exercising and enjoying life. It also means peak thunderstorm activity across the northern hemisphere and specifically in the United States. You combine these factors and the outcome...

Are You Hating the Bitter Cold?

This late push of extended cold and snow brings memories of the horrible winter of 2013 and 2014 for people living east of the Rockies. This pattern of below average temperatures and increased snow and ice storms, even in the south, continues into the...

Our Cold Winter Increases Spring Flooding

For much of the Great Lakes and Midwest, this winter has been a top ten coldest and snowiest. Here is a report from the Sullivan Office of the National Weather service:...