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Real-time Weather Observation Monitoring and Email/Text Alert Notification Service

iAlert.com introduces the launch of the  Real-time Weather Observation Monitoring and Email/Text Alert Notification Service.

iAlert.com monitors over 2,100 different surface observing systems across the U.S. offering a unique real-time weather observation alert notification service based on your needs and criteria. For example, you can receive email or text alerts if wind speeds reach 25 mph at one or more locations to protect a job site, or receive alerts if the temperature drops below freezing to protect plants, or even receive alerts if the temperature or heat index reaches 95 degrees to take precautions at sporting events. The type of monitoring alerts are many and customized to your needs.

To use this service, login to your account and select the “Weather Observation Monitoring” tab to configure your alerts.  Not a member?  Click here to sign-up

For more detail about the Weather Observation Monitoring service click here

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