HailStrike™ is a subsidiary of Dynamic Weather Solutions; we are an advanced weather forensics company who offers the most innovative and cross-referenced analytic data available in the historical storm market today. Located in the Dallas, Texas Metroplex, we are positioned to be near some of the most severe weather allowing us the ability to calibrate our tools based on actual hail events.
Founded in 2011, HailStrike™ took an immediate and fresh approach to weather forensics: We have designed tools with the user in mind rather than simply offering data that is often times limited, vague or inaccurate. Innovation is what sets HailStrike™ apart from the others. Generally our reports and information are generated within just a few hours and sometimes even real time which alleviates the need to pay for "rush" services. HailStrike™, with our comprehensive tools, services and patent pending algorithms, is able to provide the data you seek without the need to piece together information spread throughout several resources.
CEO / Founder
Daron Sneed sets Dynamic Weather Solutions’s global strategy by providing unique and comprehensive tools, analytics and software solutions. With a distinct blend of technology and creativity, he has an expansive range of experience in paving business opportunities through his ability to predict competitive curves. He goes beyond developing business solutions by constantly seeking opportunities to invest in other people.
CTO / Co-Founder
Cody has over 10 years experience in software engineering, mobile applications, emerging media and business development. He secured several patents in research and development for Raytheon I.I.S. and established a successful videography company before co-founding HailStrike. He is passionate about social justice and is actively involved in campus ministries in the DFW area.
Mike Weissbluth serves as the Chief Scientist at Dynamic Weather Solutions. He received his Masters in Atmospheric Science from Colorado State University in 1985 and then granted his Doctorate in Atmospheric Science in 1991. He is a member of MRC as an applied scientist in short and medium term operational numerical weather forecasting. Currently, Mike is helping develop our next generation hail products.