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Trigger location-based alerts

Alert delivery via email, text and mobile app

Receive "all-clear" alerts

Situational Awareness

See where lightning is striking

Track 80+ real-time weather conditions

Watch forecasted radar for storm arrival time

Keep Everyone Informed

Set precise location and zoom-level views

Create slideshows of custom views

Use drawing tools on the map

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Don't forget about these additional features

Access a growing library of map layers, including:

  • Earth Networks Total Lightning
  • Current and forecasted radar
  • Hurricane, freezing rain, snow, and many other severe weather layers

Even if you aren’t actively monitoring the weather, our alerts will proactively notify you:

  • Alerts via email, text message or mobile push notifications
  • Send alerts to a custom distribution list
  • Customize alerts by type of weather condition

Stay on top of the weather while on the go:

  • Receive push notifications for custom alerts you’ve setup
  • Opt-in to get real-time alerts base on your device’s location
  • Access Sferic Maps from within the app

Sferic Protect: Expanding Beyond Sferic Maps for More Weather Protection

Learn about Sferic Protect



Case study

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.


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