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What Was The Weather

We’ve decided to take that powerful weather data engine being developed for the DemiAg expert system for agricultural pest management and have some fun with it with our future iPhone and iPad app, What Was The Weather. When it's released, support for the app will be provided here, but it will be sold via the Apple iTunes store. In addition, you will be able to access a web based version of What Was The Weather through your personal dashboard. You will need to register for a DeMilia Research account to create an instance of What Was The Weather when it goes live. In the future, we'll have What Was The Weather t-shirts and other products for sale.

While there are plenty of apps that tell you the current, future, and previous day's weather, how many times have you needed to know what the weather was in the past? What is sure to be an indispensible tool for farmers will likely have usages by scientists, the business world, and the public that we can't even imagine. This future dashboard application and accompanying iPhone and iPad app will provide the answers that all those other weather apps just can’t touch. Built upon more than a century of hourly weather data collected across the country and compiled by the NOAA National Weather Service, it will provide access to type of historical weather data crunching your nightly news weather girl will be jealous of. While amateur meteorologists may delve into the raw data, the rest of you will have fun with the fruits of our lighter side. You’ll get the answers to questions like: Was it really a perfect sunny day like your parents told you when you came into the world? Did Grandpa really drive through all that snow to get Grandma to the hospital in time? Just how hot was it when you sat through all those graduation day speeches? How many times did it rain on Easter Sunday or snow on Christmas Eve? And we are sure the lawyers are just going to love making those defendents look like liars when they explain the details of the day in question.

In addition to NOAA National Weather Service gory details, you'll be able to scroll through daily weather overviews as far back in time as the weather data is available for a location. For most major cities in the U.S. that would entail more than a century of hourly data. You'll also be able zoom through hourly detail overviews for specific days, scroll by year for a date (e.g., your birthday for the last 30 years), scroll through temperature and rainfall summaries for custom periods of time in the past, and all sorts of other cool features. Imagine being able to virtually relive sunrise through sunset day after day, year after year on your favorite beach. For those of you who still believe that the Earth is flat, the Sun and planets circle the Earth, evolution is just a theory, and that global warming doesn't exist, you can view the temperature trends for yourself for single weather stations, regions, countries and even tabulated Antartica climate change data. Eventually, we plan on add-on apps including What Was The Weather...Up There (atmospheric weather data), What Was The Weather...Down There (soil data), What Was The Weather...Under The Sea (oceanic data), What Was the Weather...In the City (major cities and attractions, including outdoor sports stadiums), What Was the Weather...History (historical events), and even What Was the Weather...Trivia Game.

Coming in the near future. DeMilia Research LLC has already loaded more than a century of hourly weather data collected across the country and compiled by the NOAA National Weather Service into databases. The weather data engine will be the first base module of DemiAg to be completed. After that we can customize it into tools for DemiSci.

 
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