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Feature article by The Washington Post's Capital Weather Gang on how the Washington Nationals make weather-related decisions with help from our team of meteorologists.
Washington Post reporter Amrita Jayakumar reports on WeatherBug Home, a new business unit and offering at Earth Networks, which uses weather data, algorithms and connected thermostats to automatically and intelligently optimize your home comfort settings.
Want to know the accurate, up-to-the-minute weather in downtown Copenhagen? Now you can, courtesy of a National Grid-funded weather station that was installed recently...
The New York Times quotes Earth Networks' CEO in an article covering the AirAsia crash in late December, 2014.
Data from Earth Networks Total Lightning Network is included in this Time magazine article covering the AirAsia plane crash.
A WeatherBug weather station debuted in Eastern New York as part of a partnership with National Grid and the Albany County Sheriff's Department.
Bristol, Rhode Island now has access to real-time, localized weather conditions, thanks to a new WeatherBug monitoring system that National Grid installed at Roger Williams University.
The De Anza Community College campus in Cupertino, California is home to a new WeatherBug weather station.
A new camera atop the 111-foot tall Bald Knob Cross is bringing views of southern Illinois to people around the world.
A new WeatherBug weather station provided by National Grid will help Ware, Massachusetts, officials and residents better prepare for storms by providing real-time, local weather information.
Hastings High School and Farragut Middle School became the latest location to join the WeatherBug Schools program. The school is now equipped with a weather station, high-definition camera and Web-based educational software tools.
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