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Severe weather can strike with little or no warning. WeatherBug Protect turns your mobile device into a potential life-saving alerting system by delivering precise, local weather alerts before severe weather becomes a threat. WeatherBug Protect is a location-based mobile solution that proactively alerts end users when severe weather threats are detected or predefined weather thresholds (customized by the user) are exceeded within their proximity.
Protect integrates data from the National Weather Service (NWS) along with data from the WeatherBug network – the only source for truly live, local weather – providing users access to the largest network of professional weather stations in the US and thousands of locations around the world. The system continuously monitors potentially threatening weather conditions, analyzes weather alerts and approaching storms within a designated range each end user's specific location and then formats and delivers the appropriate alert message based on the user’s weather profile and mobile device.
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Plan your day with confidence – always be informed and prepared.
- Live local weather from over 8,000 neighborhood level WeatherBug Tracking Stations
- Severe weather alerts in real-time
- Detailed forecasts
- Animated local radar
- Live and time-lapse images from more than 1,000 weather cameras
- International weather information
A monthly fee will appear on your mobile phone bill. Features may vary depending on phone model.
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