Weather-driven

Weath´er-driv`en


a.1.Driven by winds or storms; forced by stress of weather.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"Our business is primarily weather-driven," said Tonya Sexton, vice president of marketing and development at one of the state's largest distribution co-ops, First Electric Cooperative Corp.
(https://www.cnbc.com/2019/02/26/home-depot-reports-fourth-quarter-2018-earnings.html) Chief Financial Officer Carol Tome said weather-driven demand reduced sales by 0.85 percent.
While there has been some weather-driven volatility in results, the core book of business has performed well, primarily due to underwriting discipline and rate actions, A.M.
Demand for our agricultural products for spring applications has been strong despite a slower spring application due to weather-driven planting delays, Daniel Greenwell, president and CEO, wrote in a prepared statement.
"Climate change is one of the biggest global threats to human health of the 21st century, and its peril to society will be increasingly connected to weather-driven hazards," said Giovanni Forzieri of the European Commission Joint Research Centre in Italy, who co-led the study.
The final hole in the Forest Service story is the reality that fuels reduction thinning doesn't stop the big, hot, weather-driven fires.
Weather-driven concerns such as those related to the El Nino phenomenon pushed up global food prices in October for the second month in a row, mainly on a sharp month-on-month increase in sugar prices, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization.
WSI Corporation is the world's leading provider of weather-driven business solutions for professionals in the aviation, energy, insurance and media markets, as well as multiple federal and state government agencies.
The closely watched employment report added to strong auto sales in June and data showing a steady manufacturing expansion, suggesting the plunge in economic output during the first quarter was a weather-driven anomaly.
WSI (Weather Services International) and Weather Central are the world's leading providers of weather-driven business solutions for professionals in the energy, aviation, insurance and media markets, as well as multiple federal and state government agencies.
Weather-driven cancellations reduced year-over-year capacity by approximately 3 percentage points.