Vincent Villatte / March 10, 2023

Introducing the Enhanced Microsoft Azure Weather service

Vincent Villatte By Vincent Villatte

Microsoft Azure Weather now replaces Dark Sky Weather as ScaleFlyt's Weather service provider

We are excited to announce that ScaleFlyt's weather service provider is now Microsoft Azure Weather, replacing Dark Sky Weather which will soon be integrated into the Apple Weather service on 31 March 2023. Our new weather service, powered by Microsoft's partner AccuWeather, has been designed with all types of drone services in mind, providing even more accurate and detailed weather information than ever before.

With a range of advanced features, you can trust that our service will help you make informed decisions about your drone operations. One of the key features of our service is an expanded icon set. We've added 18 new icons to provide improved granularity and visual information about the weather conditions in your area and along your flight plan. With this new feature, you'll be able to quickly and easily understand the current weather conditions and forecast to plan your drone flights accordingly.

Stay ahead of any weather-related disruptions with our new accurate 15-day forecast. This feature is particularly important to plan aerial work in advance.

At ScaleFlyt, we understand that weather is a critical factor in for all types of drone operations, and that's why we will continue to make updates and improvements to our service over time. Our goal is to ensure that our users have access to the most accurate and up-to-date weather information possible, making drone operations safer and more efficient.

So, if you're looking for reliable weather information, search no further. We invite you to try our new service today and experience the difference for yourself. Say hello to the enhanced Microsoft Azure Weather service and experience that takes our weather forecast service to the next level!

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