Experience the Benefit of Live, Local Weather
The benefit of up-to-the-second weather monitoring is having access to current, location specific weather to aid in planning or risk assessment during weather events. At the heart of the Earth Networks weather network is the weather station: a state-of-the-art, professional-grade weather sensor suite that tracks 27 different variables from stations located at over 10,000 educational, government, emergency management and recreational facilities nationwide.
Commercial Grade Components
Built to withstand all kinds of weather, the Earth Networks weather station is easily installed on the rooftops of schools, firehouses, government buildings and other locations. Live weather data from the stations feed into the WeatherBug network and made instantaneously available to communities, business operations, or emergency management offices through WeatherBug applications.
The WeatherBug Weather Station includes:
Records wind speed and direction, including gusts.
Records numerous weather parameters, including temperature, relative humidity, heat index, barometric pressure and more.
Measures and records hourly, daily, monthly, and yearly rainfall accumulation and rain rate.
Easy-to-read indoor digital display showing your current weather condition readings from your weather station.
WeatherBug Data Appliance:
Data logger and internet transmitter that stores and processes weather data.
WeatherBug Lightning Sensor
Provides high efficiency detection of Intracloud and Cloud-to-Ground lightning utilizing the Earth Networks Total Lightning Network (ENTLN). Total lightning detection is critical for advanced prediction and forecasting of severe weather.
HD Weather Camera
The HD Weather Camera delivers exceedingly clear, high definition images of storms and systems as they move through the local area - in full 16:9 aspect ratio.
Takes images of local weather conditions and other subjects updated every five minutes, with the ability to pan, tilt and zoom.