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WeatherBug Comes to Nepal

In January, Michael Siemann, a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Maryland and researcher/developer for the Earth Networks – WeatherBug e5 home energy efficiency program, travelled to Nepal to install a new WeatherBug weather station in the remote village of … Continue reading

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A flood of real-time data for severe weather alerts

Officials in Georgia’s Fulton County are always on the lookout for severe weather events like tornadoes and lightning storms. Networks of sensors and Intel-based servers turn real-time data into just-in-time alerts. Fast-moving storms move through the Atlanta metropolitan area, generating … Continue reading

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Still-Strong Isaac Lashing Southeastern Louisiana, New Orleans

UPDATED 9:45 AM CDT, August 29, 2012 By WeatherBug Sr. Meteorologist, James West Hurricane Isaac is continuing to lash southeastern Louisiana, including the greater New Orleans area, with hurricane force wind gusts, torrential tropical downpours and dangerous storm surge. A … Continue reading

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Olympic Weather – A Look Back

By Earth Networks – WeatherBug Meteorologist John Bateman Ahhh… summer in London. Generally pleasant, with highs in the mid-70s and a chance for rain on two out of 10 days – not bad for a city with its soggy, foggy … Continue reading

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Super Storms and Extreme Weather

Super Storms and Extreme Weather: Earth Networks – WeatherBug CEO Bob Marshall talks severe weather on ABC World News in a news segment by ABC Meteorologist Ginger Zee.

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Historic U.S. Drought Intensifies

By Earth Networks – WeatherBug Meteorologist John Bateman A strong upper-level ridge of high pressure continued to dominate the nation’s weather this week, bringing hot and dry weather to much of the U.S. east of the Rockies. Despite some beneficial … Continue reading

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Contingency Planning: Preparing for the Worst

by Stuart Hershon, Earth Networks What would you do if a severe storm was gathering strength and heading straight for your area? How would you prepare knowing that you had limited time to take the required steps to mitigate injury, … Continue reading

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Hurricanes, Tornadoes & Severe Storms: Are you ready?

Earth Networks’ Vice President of Federal Programs Bill Callahan discussed severe weather on The Kojo Nnamdi show at the WAMU studios in Washington, D.C. today. Along with Meteorologist Veronica Johnson of NBC4 and Chris Strager, Advisor for Science and Service … Continue reading

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Total Lightning Detection = Benefits for Energy, Aviation, Public Sector

by Earth Networks Vice President of International & Business Development Jim Anderson This month, Earth Networks begins a new partnership with Weather Decision Technologies. With the agreement, lightning data from both the Earth Networks Total Lightning Network™ (ENTLN) in North … Continue reading

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