Learn more about Sferic Maps
Forecasts help you prepare for tomorrow, now-casting delivers real-time information to influence decisions today. Our web-based monitoring, visualization and alerting platform shows you current weather conditions in one intuitive and easy to use interface—on your computer or mobile device.
Make intelligent weather-related decisions
Collaborate with stake-holders during severe weather events
Prioritize safety and security
Layer upon layer of animated real-time weather information
An extensive library of preset weather observation layers including Earth Networks Total Lightning, Dangerous Thunderstorm Alerts, National Weather Service Alerts, temperature, radar, and many others.
Real-time sharing and collaboration tools
Broadcast live weather maps and custom drawings with colleagues in other locations or in the field. Custom drawings can be saved as a new layer for everyone to reference.
Set up your own map layers
Extend the built-in library of data layers with the ability to import new objects or 3rd party data as new layers without writing code. Just drop in a data file and you're ready to go.
Data you can trust
Sferic Maps is powered by the world’s largest proprietary weather networks, with more than 12,000 professional-grade weather stations and long-range world-wide lightning detection capabilities. Each weather station monitors more than 25 metrics which are updated every 2 seconds.
Intuitive and easy to use
Sferic Maps is easy to use and is fully responsive for easy use on any device. We're here to help you get up and running, but more than likely you won't need it.
See what our customers are saying...
Accessing updated, local weather conditions; watching weather as it happens in real time; and receiving prompt alerts on a web-based system during weather events is significant, It enables us to respond more efficiently in providing information and making decisions that keep safety our number-one priority. — Cyrus Callum, Operations Department for the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority
The weather visualization application allowed us to have the big picture of what is local and low in the atmosphere, in real-time, that we could not see any other way. The localized view of real-time weather provides us with the ability to see what is happening with the weather, depending on the hazard scenario.— Rick Zyvoloski, Emergency Management Coordinator at Collier County Emergency Management