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NEW: Flood Tracking Layers now Available!

by Rory Groves        March 8, 2013  |  2:25 pm  |  Category: Latest News

Stay Ahead of the Storm with new RIVER STAGE and FLOOD PREDICTION Layers in Weather Defender

Take advantage of our newest enhancements to Weather Defender with Flood Tracking layers:

  • Current River Depths & Flood Stages
  • Forecasted Flood Heights & River Crests
  • Nationwide Flood Outlook

Don't be caught off guard this Spring! If you live in flood-prone areas, or would simply like real-time access to critical weather intelligence, these Flood Tracking Layers will be a valuable addition to your toolkit.


SCREENSHOTS:

 

Identify Areas of Potential Flooding with Nationwide Flood Outlook  Monitor River Stages, Histograph, and Forecasted Crest

ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS:

 

These new layers are available to all existing customers at no additional charge. ($99 value) -- today only!

  1. Make sure your map is unlocked
  2. Click the Map tab > Add Layers button
  3. Find the Category labeled Flood Layers
  4. Select the layer you want and click Add to Map

 

After the layer is added to your map, it will automatically update.

 

 

New Commercial Edition Features

by Rory Groves        March 31, 2011  |  10:35 am  |  Category: Latest News

New tools give emergency managers real-time access to critical weather intelligence:

  • Current River Depths & Flood Stages
  • Forecasted Flood Heights & River Crests
  • Nationwide Flood Outlook


Identify Areas of Potential Flooding

 
Monitor River Stages, Histograph, and Forecasted Crest

Combined with award-winning, field-tested weather tracking features that deliver up-to-the-second weather data directly to your desktop:

  • Real-time Weather Graphics
  • Live Weather Satellite & Doppler Radar
  • GPS Integration
  • GIS Import Functionality
  • Multi-Location & Multi-Recipient Weather Alerting


Enable your organization to accurately predict where severe weather will strike, maximize preparation time, and formulate appropriate response. Contact Us Today!

 

Flooding a Huge Concern in the Midwest

by Jamie Robinson        March 28, 2011  |  12:49 pm  |  Category: Latest News

Flood watches and warnings are in place from Minnesota down into Mississippi and Louisiana as a result of rain and snowmelt through the midwest.  Cooler temperatures the past few days have helped slow the snowmelt, but new rain and snow for many locations this past weekend have fueled new flooding concerns.

A highway outside of the Minneapolis / St. Paul area near Mankato saw part of Highway 22 collapse as a result of a levee breaking and flood waters eroding the ground under the road. 

Photo Courtesy KARE 11 in Minneapolis / St. Paul

The city of Davenport, Iowa will begin building a wall to protect their water treatment facility later this year.  The project, which partners the city with the Army Corps of Engineers, will cost a reported $11.5 million.  The water treatment facility is the sole water source for over 130,000 people in and around Davenport.

Flooding has affected many areas of the United States this year from the Midwest to the Northeast as well as flooding and mudslides in California. 

Always remember when approaching flood waters to not try to drive through it.  It takes very little running water (as little as 6") to carry a vehicle away.

As severe weather and flooding continue into the spring, be sure to stay ahead of the weather with Weather Defender.

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