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Cocoa Beach Gets Another Weather Station

New Smyrna Beach, FL – Just south of NASA’s Cape Canaveral, WeatherFlow sensor technicians recently completed the installation a new weather station to the Banana River, an intercoastal waterway of Cocoa Beach. This raises the number of WeatherFlow observing stations in Cocoa Beach to four, making it one of the densest subsets of weather observing…

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Keep Abreast of Tropical Systems with WeatherFlow

New Smyrna Beach, FL – With the development of any tropical system, WeatherFlow’s StormTrack product is automatically generated. StormTrack provides up-to-the-minute wind and weather information for tropical systems as well as incorporating radar data and the projected path of the storm. You can view StormTrack via windAlert or via our research portal called DataScope.

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WeatherFlow Gets on the Level

Poquoson, VA – WeatherFlow recently unveiled its newest observing capability – a water level sensor. WeatherFlow is testing a low-cost, low-power, high accuracy instrument that senses water level. The testing ground is at Wythe Creek, an offshoot of the Back River that flows adjacent to the WeatherFlow office in Poquoson, Virginia. The bridge over the…

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