Trigger location-based alerts
Alert delivery via email, text and mobile app
Receive "all-clear" alerts
See where lightning is striking
Track 80+ real-time weather conditions
Watch forecasted radar for storm arrival time
Set precise location and zoom-level views
Create slideshows of custom views
Use drawing tools on the map
Get in touch with us and we’ll show you how Sferic Maps can help you distribute real-time alerts to your organization.
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Even if you aren’t actively monitoring the weather, our alerts will proactively notify you:
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We made the decision, based on the visualization data and consultation from Earth Networks meteorologists, to close the fair on two occasions due to approaching thunderstorms. We made the right call both times and evacuated all guests from the grounds in a timely fashion.Andrew Spears
Monmouth County Park System
For us, actually going onto the Earth Networks site and looking at all of the different lightning strikes and seeing the lightning patterns more in - There isn't any other radar site that we've found that has been as good as Earth Networks.Matt Fuller
Head Golf Professional at Caves Valley Golf Club
When winter weather threatens our region, we rely upon real-time observations and advance forecasts from Earth Networks to build a comprehensive storm timeline in order to keep roads clear and residents safe.Timothy Serrano
Executive Administration Aide, Storm Operations Center Manager for Montgomery County Department of Transportation
The automated weather solution helped us in the long run. It provides real-time intelligence we need to make more informed weather-related decisions. And most importantly, it helps us plan for severe weather and improve our operational efficiency tremendously.Mark Sprague
C.M. Deputy Director of Airport Operations and Facilities at St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport
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
of the Operations Department for the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority
The Montgomery County
The Division of Highway Services is a branch of the county Department of Transportation (MCDOT). They're responsible for over 5,300 lane miles, 70,000 parking spaces, and 78 transit routes in Maryland's most populous county. Their proximity to the nation's capital also results in more tourists and business travelers on their roads.
Due to their limited amount of winter weather equipment, MCDOT can only handle snowstorms up to 4 inches. To minimize disruptions for snowfall amounts higher than 4 inches, they need to rent extra equipment from private contractors. This must be done ahead of time before rival municipalities lock down the resources first.
Real-time weather visualization from Sferic Maps helps MCDOT wind speed, radar, and temperature profiles to help forecast snowfall amounts. These data points help them implement effective planning, clean-up, and recovery activities for winter weather events.
The Montgomery County Department of Transportation operated smoothly during one of the Mid-Atlantic’s worst winter storms: Winter Storm Jonas. During January 2016, MCDOT planned ahead of time to acquire 825 pieces of equipment to plan and start cleanup efforts just one day after the storm moved out of the region.
Forecasts help you prepare for tomorrow, now-casting delivers real-time information to influence decisions today.