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U.S. Network


In the U.S., our sensor networks provide real-time weather information, total lightning data, and greenhouse gas observations. Deployed at thousands of schools, sports stadiums, broadcast TV stations, and towers and buildings across the U.S., our sensors put the power of the largest commercial-grade atmospheric network at your fingertips. We also integrate data from sources, such as the National Weather Service, for the most complete weather information and alerting possible.

Only Earth Networks and our WeatherBug brand:

  • Operate the only national total lightning network that provides real-time lightning proximity alerting and lightning-based severe weather alerts. 
  • Provide 25% more accurate forecasts via our dense real-time network.
  • Provide data to the National Weather Service, the U.S. Air Force Weather Agency, and NASA's Wallops Island Facility - and many others. 
  • Establish public-private partnerships with government entities to help safeguard lives and livelihoods.
  • In collaboration with Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Earth Networks has established a vast GHG monitoring network.



  • Weather from 10,000 proprietary weather stations
  • Weather from thousands of stations operated by the NWS and WMO.
  • Real-time pinpoint forecasts for 2.6 million locations worldwide.
  • Real-time Total Lightning Network provides advanced storm tracking alerting to severe weather.
  • First network to detect both in-cloud (IC) and cloud-to-ground (CG) lightning on continental scales


Our extensive camera network delivers live views and timelapse sequences from cities, parks, stadiums and other sites across the U.S.           

  • GHG sensors are measuring greenhouse gases for top-down MRV.
  • In partnership with Scripps Institution of Oceanography, NIST and others, we are measuring carbon emissions as part of the LA Megacities initiative.