New Snowfall Accumulation Forecasts give you advance warning to where the winter storms will hit hardest in your community.
The new Freezing Rain layers depict areas of freezing rain and ice accumulation over the next three days.
With Weather Defender's new winter tracking layers you can:
- Determine where you need to deploy your resources on a more accurate, more timely basis
- Predict snowfall and ice accumulations 24, 48, and 72 hours into the future
- Combine snowfall and ice layers with other layers like real-time Winter Radar
- Set Perimeter Alerts and be automatically notified when threatening winter weather is approaching
Commercial customers can find the new layers under the Commercial Layers category of the Layer Browser.
Weather Defender Commercial Edition was designed specifically for public safety agencies, utilities, contractors and other organizations that need up-to-the-second weather data and tracking systems. Always-on threat monitoring and alerts allow you to minimize risk, maximize preparedness, and optimize the allocation of costly resources. A user-friendly, intuitive and robust solution for your weather monitoring needs, from a trusted provider.
To schedule a demo of Weather Defender Commercial Edition, please call 1-800-960-4586 (M-F, 9-5PM CST), or click here to contact a rep.
Extreme cold polar temps descended south over the weekend to bring subzero temperatures and dangerously cold windchills across the Midwest including North and South Dakota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, and of course Minnesota -- home base to the SWIFT Weather operations.
We Minnesotans are used to cold weather, but this is one for the recordbooks. As a whole, this winter has been the coldest in decades with several weeks of subzero temperatures.
We woke this morning with temperatures at -18 degrees Farhenheit near Minneapolis and Wind Chill values around -45 degrees. That number is to expected to drop further overnight to -21 degrees F and almost -50 Wind Chill. And Minneapolis isn't the coldest part of the state by a long shot. The further north you go, the colder it gets.
Stay warm and plan ahead if you need to travel anywhere. Stock up on winter gear -- after Christmas is a good time to get deep discounts on winter apparel.