The DayWeather Radio Network began operations in 1992 by providing a group of fourteen radio stations across Wyoming, Colorado and western Nebraska with customized local weather broadcasts. This network was part of the first group of private weather companies that provided broadcast services to radio stations on a barter basis. Since then, the network has grown to nearly 80 radio stations in four states across the Rocky Mountain West and High Plains. We have provided our many advertisers with a great vehicle to market their products and messages. In addition to providing broadcast services to radio stations, we also provide customized weather forecast services for construction, aviation, agriculture, highway weather forecasting for departments of transportation, high altitude (stratosphere) forecasting services for commercial, government, and military projects.
Don Day, Jr.
Wanting to combine his passion for radio and meteorology, president and meteorologist Don Day, Jr. started DayWeather, Inc., soon after graduation from the University of Wyoming in 1992. Don loves the challenge of forecasting weather in the Rocky Mountain West and High Plains. His experience as a hot air balloon pilot and the world of lighter than air aviation has led to his involvement in many stratospheric projects such as Red Bull Stratos and Stratex.
Mark's passion for weather developed as he grew up on the plains of southeast Colorado. He graduated from The University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, CO in 1996, receiving a Bachelors of Earth Science – Meteorology degree, and a minor in Mass Communications. Mark joined DayWeather in 1995 and became DayWeather's Newspaper Services Manager in 2000. Operational forecasting throughout the Rocky Mountains and High Plains, broadcasting, graphics, training and new product development are Mark's specialties.
Patrice Sutter - Meteorologist
As a Colorado native, Patrice Sutter fell in love with any type of weather at an early age. And while gazing at a funnel cloud from the rooftop of her family home, she made up her mind that weather would be her lifeâ€™s passion. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Meteorology from Metropolitan State University in Denver, CO in 1988, and has worked in nearly every facet of the field - from cutting-edge research in the use of Doppler radar in storm and wind shear detection at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, to operational forecasting with the National Weather Service. Sutter joined the DayWeather team in 2013.
Donald Watzel - Meteorologist
Growing up in south central South Dakota, Don became accustomed to weather extremes at an early age. He used to be terrified of summer storms and tornadoes. That is until August, 1986 when a tornado spun past his familiesâ€™ home, destroying a grove of trees in the meadow. Fear gradually turned to curiosity, and the rest is history. Don attended the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology in Rapid City, SD, graduating with a degree in Atmospheric Science in May, 2000. Over the years, Don has obtained a wide variety of experience in the field of weather and atmospheric science, including operational forecasting and radio broadcasting. Don also spent several years in air quality consulting and regulation, performing air quality impact analyses and permitting for a host of energy clients.
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