Being a permanent crop grower of vineyards and citrus, long range weather forecasting is crucial. As a citrus grower, preparing for a cold event takes a good week to be properly ready. Roland’s Central Coast forecast reports are by far the best available. Their 2 week forecasting gives me ample time and information I need for my decision making.
— GARY FRANSCIONI, ROAR WINES - SOLEDAD, CA

  Terry Snow  - Former Navy Meteorologist and founder of the Weather Advisory Service.  Now retired and mentoring the Weather Mission team as our  Professor Emeritus -  Univ of Washington / Naval Postgraduate School

Terry Snow - Former Navy Meteorologist and founder of the Weather Advisory Service.  Now retired and mentoring the Weather Mission team as our Professor Emeritus- Univ of Washington / Naval Postgraduate School

  Melissa Wagner  - Phoenix resident and desert micro-climate specialist, writing the Sonoran Desert Valleys since 2011 - PhD candidate  Arizona State Univ / Wright State Univ

Melissa Wagner - Phoenix resident and desert micro-climate specialist, writing the Sonoran Desert Valleys since 2011 - PhD candidate Arizona State Univ / Wright State Univ

  Dana Oathout  - Retired Navy Meteorologist forecasting in the Pacific Northwest since 1996 -  Western Washington Univ / Oregon State University / Univ of Washington

Dana Oathout - Retired Navy Meteorologist forecasting in the Pacific Northwest since 1996 - Western Washington Univ / Oregon State University / Univ of Washington

  Roland Clark  - retired Naval Meteorologist and Central Coast of CA specialist.  Owner of Weather Mission, Inc., providing regional forecasts, climate studies and customer service since 2010 -  Texas A&M / Naval Postgraduate School

Roland Clark - retired Naval Meteorologist and Central Coast of CA specialist.  Owner of Weather Mission, Inc., providing regional forecasts, climate studies and customer service since 2010 - Texas A&M / Naval Postgraduate School

  Brian Pederson  - Formerly with WeatherNews, forecasting ship routes around the globe since 2001, covering agriculture needs in Mexico and South America since 2015 - Stony Brook BS Meteorology / MS Hydrology

Brian Pederson - Formerly with WeatherNews, forecasting ship routes around the globe since 2001, covering agriculture needs in Mexico and South America since 2015 - Stony Brook BS Meteorology / MS Hydrology

  Brian Case  - Coastal weather specialist and Navy Weather veteran, providing regional forecasts for Southern California -  Mississippi State Univ

Brian Case - Coastal weather specialist and Navy Weather veteran, providing regional forecasts for Southern California - Mississippi State Univ

Terry Snow and his team have provided farm-focused weather reports to the produce industry since 1992.

In the 1990s we produced daily forecast and climatology reports, delivered by fax, to central California farms. The reports are now delivered to our client companies and their employees across the U.S. and Mexico via a mobile friendly email design.

We provide regional forecasters covering the most important micro-climate growing valleys from Washington / Oregon, California / Arizona, as well as northwest and central Mexico and the Florida Peninsula.

Our seasonal reports include Southeastern Berry growing states in the spring and summer, California Chill Accumulation during the winter months and Tropical Storm & Hurricane updates during the summer & fall.

Subscribers include vineyards, berry growers, fresh vegetable, fruit & nut growers, shippers, marketers and PCAs.  

We offer complimentary phone consultation and special climate support requests to all of our valued customers. 

We are proud to be the exclusive meteorology service for the Yuma Fresh Vegetable Association.

Weather Mission, Inc. is a veteran owned small business.