Category: News

iPhone Application Released

December 21, 2009. New Smyrna Beach, Florida. WeatherFlow’s new WindAlert iPhone app is a powerful mobile tool that allows a user to find relevant wind stations by searching by zip codes, latitude/longitude, city names, beach names, or via the iPhone’s GPS locator.   WindAlert for iPhone is one of the first applications built using WeatherFlow’s new…

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November Noreaster

November 29, 2009. Poquoson, Virginia WeatherFlow recently provided operational meteorological  guidance, mesoscale modeling support, and coordination for sensor deployment to the United States Geological Survey during a major Nor’Easter that affected large portions of the lower Chesapeake Bay. The event occurred over a 3-day span from the 11th to 13th of November, brought localized rainfall…

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Caribbean Installs

December 18, 2009. Mayaguez, Puerto Rico.. WeatherFlow, the University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez (UPRM), and the University of the Virgin Islands (UVI) have teamed up via NOAA‘s Interagency Oceanographic Observering System (IOOS) program to expand WeatherFlow’s national coastal mesonet.  Today marked the completion of the last of twelve stations recently installed at important coastal…

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Hurricane Network Online for 2009 Season

June 10, 2009. Scituate, Massachusetts.. WBZ TV’s Mish Michaels met with members of the WeatherFlow team at Scituate, MA to discuss completion of the WeatherFlow Hurricane Network. Jeffrey Johnson and Bryan Conrad were filmed installing the instruments atop the pole at the entrance to Scituate Harbor. WeatherFlow Meteorologist and Hurricane Network Coordinator David Morris was…

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Hurricane Network 2009 Installation Season

April 04, 2009. Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The 2009 Installation Season for WeatherFlow’s Hurricane Network is in full swing as the some of the season’s last winter storms pass across the northeastern United States.  Officially referred to as Phase Two of the Hurricane Network, this second group of 50 hurricane-hardened stations builds on the success of the initial…

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