Nov. 19 - The Weather Company Chairman and CEO David Kenny talks to Reuters TV about the lessons of Superstorm Sandy and how technology is changing the way people get their weather news.
Well of course our meteorologists determined. The weather prediction and about ten days before the storm they've predicted this is one you likely outcomes and then we just track premiere which scenario -- It's accurate but certainly within forty. You know. I don't think it's possible that to connect climate change. With exactly one then. He cancels those that lead and then what I can't say it's in general the climate has changed people need to change. And we track that it put that into our models but that says that there will be more interest in whether or variation letter and certainly more ice -- On what we find it's 47% of people with a Smartphone check the weather brigades that number one category in a Smartphone in media. And why is that because people want to know more often. For us is largely an -- It hasn't reduced and there whether consumption and other places that they want out in the moment where they're going what the weather's going to be. I would also think back to your question social. Mobile with a very sociable place that people are very quick with mobile to hear whether it's. With their friends and whether it be on -- on going experts --