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What Is StreamerRT?

StreamerRT is a comprehensive and user friendly tool for visualizing current and forecast weather conditions at local, regional, national and international levels for critical decision making. Configure multiple views from more than 150 layers of real-time weather information and severe weather alerts. StreamerRT taps into live data from our global network of thousands of state-of-the-art weather stations, our camera network, and our Total Lightning Network, plus other sources of public weather information, including the U.S. National Weather Service. 

Who Uses StreamerRT?

Professionals from across a broad range of weather-sensitive sectors use StreamerRT to track up-to-the-minute, hourly, daily, weekly and seasonal conditions and receive custom notifications for any location. StreamerRT users include:

  • Emergency managers and public safety officials who coordinate response and recovery efforts.
  • Amusement parks and outdoor attractions that must monitor the weather to help ensure visitor safety.
  • Utility companies and energy traders who must anticipate sudden shifts in energy demand.
  • Parks and Recreation officials in charge of keeping people safer on the ballfield, at the pool or at the fairgrounds.
  • Airport operations staff that must react quickly to severe weather and lightning.
  • Golf club managers monitoring the approach of disruptive and dangerous weather.

What Sets StreamerRT Apart?

The backbone of StreamerRT is our exclusive live, hyper-local weather network. of current conditions at and around locations that matter to you. StreamerRT displays live lightning information from our Total Lightning Network, the largest lightning network detecting both cloud-to-ground and in-cloud lightning, which  is an important precursor of severe weather such as damaging winds and tornadoes.

Product Features:

Geographic Views

  • National map
  • Customizable maps
  • Detailed dashboard views of all sites

Multiple Layers of Weather Data on the Same Map

  • Current weather from the largest live network in the world 
  • Current surface weather contours
  • Current weather radar (precipitation)
  • Current weather satellite
  • Lightning strike location
  • Storm cell track visualization and details

Total Lightning Visibility

  • Lightning data from the Earth Networks Total Lightning Network™ 
  • Lightning strike symbology for positive and negative cloud-to-ground (CG) and in-cloud (IC) strikes
  • Time lapse lightning animation
  • Summary information for area specific lightning analysis
  • Extensive lightning strike information for each individual strike
  • Historical lightning data recall for Google Earth

Precipitation Monitoring

  • Real-time station data from our own network, in conjunction with NWS/MADIS data 
  • Accurate representation of precipitation type, location and forecast

Advanced Radar Mask

  • Differentiate between rain, wintry mix, and snow 
  • Critical data for real-time decision making

Flexible Looping Capabilities

  • Animate data layers from any map extent 
  • Loop in any view, from tightest to widest views
  • One- and three-hour animations are updated every 5 minutes

Precision Alerting Capability

  • NWS watches and warnings 
  • WeatherBug severe weather alerts (i.e., for regions likely to experience strong wind, lightning or heavy precipitation in the next 30 minutes)
  • Dangerous Thunderstorm Alerts by Earth Networks - DTA (advanced notification of the increased threat of severe weather)

Custom Notifications

  • Dynamic interface enables user to create notification rules for specific locations Rules based on user defined weather thresholds, threats or concerns
  • Weather categories for data elements including observation, weather service alert or lightning
  • Notifications sent through both visual and audible delivery, and delivered to desktop and mobile emails 
  • Notification locations may be set by:
    • Point
    • Radius
    • Zip Code

Single Site Radar Locations

Radar data layers including:

  • Base reflectivity and velocity
  • Storm relative velocity

Storm Cell Identification Tracking (SCIT) layers:

  • Storm tracks 
  • Hail index
  • Meso cyclones

Weather Data Collection

  • Temperature, temperature rate, daily highs and lows, wind speed and direction, humidity, wind chill or heat index, rain rates, pressure, dew point and other real-time data 
  • Lightning data from the Earth Networks Total Lightning Network (ENTLN), the first fully integrated intracloud and cloud-to-ground lightning detection network

Enhanced Imagery

  • Current radar, radar loops and satellite views 
  • Four-hour radar reflectivity forecast maps
  • Data display containing current weather for selected view

Forecast and Analysis Tools

  • Multiple forecast parameters viewed simultaneously 
  • Current forecasted temperature
  • Forecasted high and low temperatures
  • Deviation from forecasted data
  • Current conditions, forecasts and forecast deviation views
  • Individual site graphs and tables displaying current and historical weather conditions

Tropical Weather Monitoring

  • View storm data organized by ocean basin 
  • Single storm selection of active and historical plots
  • Storm data and bulletins for each historical, current and forecast point
  • Multiple views of storm for location specific analysis and interpretation
  • NHC forecast tracks, hurricane cones, wind swaths and forecast model tracks

    StreamerRT provides visual of intense thunderstorms and storm cell tracks. Dense lightning activity generates Dangerous Thunderstorm Alerts (DTAs) by Earth Networks indicated by purple polygons.

    StreamerRT shows an area of intense lightning over Sao Paulo, Brazil, generating a DTA polygon shown in purple.  Lightning cell tracks show path of storm.

    StreamerRT shows extreme in-cloud (IC) and cloud-to-ground (CG) lightning from the ENTLN, generating multiple Earth Networks' alerts. Cell tracks show predicted path of the lightning activity.

    StreamerRT single site radar shows a severe cell with meso cyclone (possible tornadic rotation) indicators plotted within a National Weather Service Tornado Warning box. The cell track shows where the storm is expected to move over the next 30 minutes.

    StreamerRT lightning time lapse animation image of activity southwest of Chandler, AZ showing both in‑cloud (IC) and cloud-to-ground (CG) lightning flashes with coloration based upon the age of each flash. Strike location (lat/long) and peak current information is available for each lightning flash or stroke detected.