Baron Threat Net Now Offering Customizable Weather Condition Alerts

Baron Threat Net Now Offering Customizable Weather Condition Alerts

Baron, a critical weather solutions provider, announces its User-Defined Alerts for its Baron Threat Net suite of products.

Baron Threat Net is an active weather monitoring and forecasting tool for public safety, featuring operations center, mobile, and web-based accessibility, according to the company. It provides data and visual monitoring on precipitation, forecasted road conditions/hazards, and lightning strikes, in addition to severe weather monitoring of damaging winds, hail, and flooding.

With the new alerts, users can now set location-based weather condition and forecast criteria to trigger text or email notification. These alerts can be sent through text, email, or on-screen to a desktop or tablet.

Specific location-based alerts can be set for:

  • Temperatures
  • Wind speed
  • Wind chill
  • Relative humidity
  • Wet-bulb globe
  • Forecast wet-bulb globe
  • Heat index
  • Past 24-hour liquid accumulations
  • Forecast accumulated precipitation
  • Forecast precipitation rate
  • Forecast Air Quality Index (AQI)

Baron’s Storm Tracks also provide accurate storm tracking up to an hour in advance, and interactive visualization on high-resolution mapping to let users scan, monitor, and investigate all weather threats on one screen.

Another feature, Baron’s Critical Weather Indicators, highlights in real-time the most likely locations for tornado development.

Additionally, Baron offers a mobile application for iOS and Android, which enables access to real-time, on the go weather monitoring.

Several universities recently partnered with Baron, including the University of Mississippi and Embry-Riddle Aeronautic University.

For more information, visit www.baronthreatnet.com.

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