A message for race directors

Some say the beauty of running is in its simplicity. Lace ’em up, head outside, and start running! If only it was that simple. There are a number of factors to consider, and weather is at the top of the list. It impacts nearly all of our training days, and the weather forecast can be a major source of stress for an athlete leading up to race day.

If it means that much to the participants, than it should mean even more to you as the organizer. Safety is paramount, and New England weather can bring a myriad of problems from snow and ice in the colder months to lightning, downpours, searing heat and even tropical systems.

I can’t change the weather, but I can accurately predict it and help you prepare for whatever is coming your way on race day. Run Weather forecast support is geared towards helping race directors and organizers make the best plan for their big event. It’s also for the athletes. As an avid runner, I appreciate a course-specific weather forecast letting me know when I will hit a headwind and how the temperature or weather conditions may change during the race.

In addition to all of that, we offer packages that help promote your race with a featured listing on runweather.com – the new hub of New England road racing. Our cost-effective solutions can increase registrations while providing added value for your participants and easing anxiety for runners and race directors alike.

Check out our options below, and feel free to reach out to me with any questions!

Forecast Samples

Runner’s Forecast

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Social Media

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Race Directors

Race Forecast Packages

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Logistics Support for Race Directors


Added Value for your participants


EVERYTHING Plus Featured Listing!


7,5,3,1 Day planning forecasts

Race day severe weather support

Video forecast with course flyover

Social Media Graphics

Detailed text forecast on runweather.com

Featured listing on runweather.com

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