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Paradise, CA Rebuilds After Fire Using Weather Tools

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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.

Police Department Uses Weather Station Data

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By Sgt. Will Brents, UAMS Police Department
May 14, 2020

A local university police department uses real-time weather data from an AcuRite weather station as part of its mobile command post. On-demand weather data is a critical tool for ensuring campus safety during severe weather or other emergencies.

After School Program Learns About Weather Trends

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By Jim Sauer, Teacher at Magdalena Municipal School District
May 12, 2020

After school program, Kids Science Café, uses the Atlas weather station to learn about solar radiation, light intensity, sun patterns, temperature and humidity changes, and other weather trends in New Mexico.

Forest Fire Task Force Prepares for Wildfire Season

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By Randy Metzger – Deputy Chief, Flametamers Wildland Fire Crew
May 6, 2020

The Flametamers Wildland Fire Crew uses the AcuRite 5-in-1 weather station on their mobile trailer to monitor and measure outdoor temperature, humidity, wind speed, wind direction, and rain as well as track lighting.

North McCreary Fire Department

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By Lt Jamie Meece, Training Officer - North McCreary Fire Department
May 1, 2020

North McCreary fire department uses the Atlas weather station to monitor weather conditions such as temperature, wind speed, and rainfall. Local fire officers and public safety responders have incorporated hyper-local weather data into their daily tasks.