Get active severe weather watches, warnings, and statements via API.
Easy access to severe weather data via a well documented JSON RESTful API.
Add locations of your physical assets to receive notifications of when they are threatened by severe weather.
Get current severe weather watches and warnings or historical data back to 1953.
Monitor severe weather watches and warnings overlayed with your physical locations to gain better decision making.
Notifications are driven by specific latitude and longitude locations. Requests can even be made for mobile assets such as trucking.
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Well documented RESTful API is easy to get started with.
WxWarn gives developers the power to build powerful apps.
Filter watches and warnings by type
Powerful geolocation based webhooks
Free to try, easy to build
Common questions about WxWarn:
An Event Type referrs to the type of severe weather event (i.e. Tornado Warning, Winter Storm Warning, etc). A webhook is an API feature in which your system registers a location and event type(s) and when the location is affected by one of those events, our system calls your system which allows you to automate responses to severe weather.
WxWarn is integrated into Zapier which allows you to build some powerful integrations with other systems you might use without a developer.
All watch and warning data comes from the National Weather Service. It is free for anyone to use but our technology makes it much easier to work with and can monitor specific locations for threats which is not possible with the NWS data feeds.
Yes, we can scale to almost any size and monitor any number of locations. Contact us below and we can chat.