Posts tagged 'wireless weather station'

One of Michigan's Largest Fire Departments Partners with AcuRite

Posted in: Who Uses AcuRite
By Chris Petres: Firefighter / Paramedic, Radio and Communications Technician
September 29, 2020

One of the largest Fire Department and Rescue Teams in Michigan partners with AcuRite to install a network of nine AcuRite Atlas™ professional weather stations to improve emergency response for the community.

Albion Fire-Rescue Uses AcuRite Atlas™ Professional Weather Station

Posted in: Who Uses AcuRite
By Andrew Clark, Fire–EMS Chief, Albion Fire-Rescue
September 24, 2020

Albion Fire-Rescue, located in central Maine, uses an AcuRite Atlas™ professional weather station to monitor potentially dangerous weather conditions such as lightning, heavy rainfall, and strong winds to improve their community response and daily operations.

June Weather Recap

Posted in: Kari's Korner
By Kari Strenfel
July 13, 2020

Review the June weather report recap to learn more about how to monitor and track the weather trends and extremes in your area. This month's weather updates of Kari’s weather station in northern California includes an early heat wave, a high-wind event, plus a look at the weather data on the summer solstice.

May Weather Recap

Posted in: Kari's Korner
By Kari Strenfel
June 11, 2020

Review the May weather report recap to learn more about how to monitor and track the weather trends and extremes in your area. This month's weather updates of Kari’s weather station in northern California includes a couple of early-season heat waves and some May rain showers and thunderstorms, plus a look ahead at the measured sunlight as we approach the summer solstice!

Paradise, CA Rebuilds After Fire Using Weather Tools

Posted in: Who Uses AcuRite
By Anthony Campa, Retired firefighter Town of Paradise, California
May 28, 2020

The town of Paradise in California is rebuilding after the 2018 wildfires. They are now using weather technology such as the AcuRite Atlas weather station with lightning detection to prepare for dangerous weather conditions.