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Introducing Weather Alerts: Your Comprehensive Weather Solution!

Weather alerts are meteorological events that are important to your industry. In case they may affect your business, you are notified about them in advance or immediately.
OpenWeather cutting-edge platform goes beyond standard government alerts, incorporating precise forecasts and industry insights for a deeper understanding of weather impacts. From extreme temperatures to wind, floods, rain, fire warnings, fog, thunderstorms and more, we provide tailored alerts based on weather phenomena and our expertise.

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Go beyond basic
weather data to specific
industry insights

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Monitor various
weather events

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Rely on multiple
data sources for the
highest accuracy

Features

Choose your alerts

Set geographical area of interest, alerts timeframe, your industry, severity levels and other parameters to get only necessary data.

Variuos weather phenomena

Our system analyses various weather phenomena including extreme high and low temperatures, wind, flood, rain, fire warnings, fog, thunderstorms, and many more.

Weather insights tailored for your industry

We use our own templates collected by OpenWeather meteorologists and engineers, based on critical weather parameters and phenomena relevant to your industry and specific circumstances.

Multiple data sources for the highest accuracy

OpenWeather ML-model uses a variety of data sources: radars, global meteorological agency models (Met Office, NOAA, ECMWF), weather satellites, and a vast network of weather stations.

Alerts types

Choose which alert solution (or both) you want to receive based on your specific needs:

Alerts by government meteorological agencies

Official notifications issued by national government authorities to warn the public about severe weather conditions or other environmental hazards - general information without industry specifics.


Alerts by OpenWeather

We use our hyper-local ML-model to generate both global severe warnings and industry-specific notifications to tackle weather risks.

How it works

The system generates alerts with 5-day forecasts with a 1-hour step, providing users with the most up-to-date weather information. OpenWeather provides API methods to allow you request alerts data according to your schedule.

  1. You choose the required geographical area, alerts timeframe, and other parameters relevant to you.
  2. In the result you receive relevant and detailed information, such as exact area alerts, description with industry's insights, alerts source, urgency and severity level, etc.
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This is our out-of-the-box solution. If you prefer these adjusted in some way for your specific implementation, please consider our customisation services.

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Use case

Construction


Extreme weather conditions, including high winds, heavy precipitation, and extreme temperatures, directly impact the construction process. Annually, weather delays affect 45% of construction projects worldwide, leading to billions of dollars in extra costs and lost revenue. With the OpenWeather Alerts , you can stay ahead of weather disruptions and adjust your operations accordingly, ensuring your projects proceed smoothly and efficiently.

This proactive approach not only helps in minimising delays but also significantly reduces unforeseen expenses, making it an essential tool for the construction industry.

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Use case

Grid Management


As the climate becomes more unpredictable, the vulnerability of both traditional and green power grids to extreme weather events is increasingly apparent. Between 2000 and 2021, 83% of major power outages in the US were caused by weather-related events. Moreover, the average number of weather-related power outages rose by approximately 78% between 2011 and 2021, compared to the period from 2000 to 2010.

By utilizing OpenWeather Alerts, you can fortify your grid against adverse weather events and consistently stay one step ahead of the weather. This strategy enhances the robustness of your operations, reducing the likelihood of power disruptions and ensuring a reliable electricity supply for those who need it.

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