Month: May 2015

Great Lakes Network Expands

Bolton, MA – For many years WeatherFlow has operated a number of weather stations on the Canadian side of the Great Lakes. This includes a number of weather stations along Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, Lake Huron, and Lake St. Clair. However, the number of weather stations on the U.S. side of the Great Lakes had…

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WeatherFlow Installs 3 New Gulf Coast Stations

New Smyrna Beach, FL – WeatherFlow technicians recently traveled to the Florida Panhandle to install three new weather stations. These sites were provided to help fill data gaps identified by NOAA’s National Weather Service. The new locations include Apalachee Bay, FL (pictured below), Fair Point, FL, and along the Florida/Alabama border at Mill Point, AL….

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Track Tropical Systems with WeatherFlow

New Smyrna Beach, FL – Hurricane season hadn’t even officially began, but residents of the Southeast were already on high alert as the year’s first cyclone, Ana, developed. Though initially classified as a subtropical storm, Ana strengthened into a well-formed tropical storm and packed tropical storm force winds as it made landfall along the Carolina…

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