Punta Del Este

Like every year, the summer season in this South American top summer resort, was overwhelmed with dozens of parties and musical concerts of unmatched category. Telemet/AccuWeather® had the pride of being once again the chosen company by the production teams, whom in advance and with precision were able to know the weather conditions that were to happen during each event. Thanks to our accuracy, they offered therefore the best party atmosphere to their participant guests to the different celebrations. We thank for all our clients for counting on our Telemet/AccuWeather® weather forecasts.

At Telemet/AccuWeather® throughout the year and throughout the world, we produce multiple Special Event Forecasts for public or private celebrations, as well as for the shooting of advertising and films. Knowing ahead of time how the weather is going to be, allows all type of companies to save time, money and preoccupations.

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