Extreme Hazardous Weather Services
Severe weather refers to any dangerous meteorological phenomena with the potential to cause damage, serious social disruption, or loss of human life. Types of severe weather phenomena vary, depending on the latitude, altitude, topography, and atmospheric conditions. High winds, hail, excessive precipitation, and wildfires are forms of severe weather. Severe weather is caused by thunderstorms, downbursts, lightning, tornadoes, waterspouts, tropical cyclones, and extratropical cyclones. Regional severe weather phenomena include blizzards, snowstorms, ice storms, and duststorms.
Early Alert provides "real-time" global, severe weather consulting for all types of weather to include inland and coastal floods, winter weather, ice storms, blizzards, wildfires, hurricanes and other tropical cyclones. All of our weather products are closely examined and reviewed by highly experienced meteorologists and emergency managers prior to distribution to our customers.
Our team of meteorologists and emergency managers are on duty 24 hours a day, throughout the year, always accessible to our customers. Weather and emergency management consultations are provided via telephone and/or conferencing calls.
Specific Services and Products:
Alerts & Warnings: Custom alerts for severe weather delivered by way of email, real-time web displays or other electronic means.
Textual & Graphical Forecast: Custom, daily reports from our meteorologists based on client risks or needs.
Satellite & Radar: Satellite images from both geostationary and polar orbiting satellites and radars.
Specials & Updates: Real-time, severe weather special announcements, updates and briefs tailored to the client specifications.
Tropical Cyclone Packages: Situational Awareness for any or all ocean basins, custom packaged to client specification, including Textual & Graphic reports.
Weather Forensic & Post Storm Analysis: Review claims related to severe weather conditions, verify information provided by involved parties and increase your ability to detect fraudulent activity.
- Space Weather - Solar Flares and Electromagnetic Storms: Custom alerts for electromagnetic storms due to solar flare activity that could disrupt critical communications systems and infrastructure. Delivered by way of email, real-time web displays or other electronic means.
Post Storm Analysis Planning/Modeling:
We bring 25 years' experience conducting Post Storm Analyses and Storm Surge Modeling, and can supply the necessary informational resources in a GIS format, and our expert advice, to the client. We provide situational awareness with regards to the current and forecasted effects of a storm event as it pertains to your risk and can provide forecasted and post-event wind area and surge inundation estimates. This feature gives you the highest levels of Situational Awareness available today to help protect lives and secure assets and materiel during response and recovery efforts, should an event occur.
Our team will provide the necessary informational resources and expert advice to protect the lives of employees, as well as valuable assets, if and when a threat occurs. In addition, we offer a variety of electronically delivered products to help maintain situational awareness and effectively weather any crisis at hand. For practical, on-site use, this feature can help to protect and secure personnel and materiel during response and recovery efforts, where staff and other resources might be at risk from hazardous weather.
- NOAA’s updated Atlantic hurricane season outlook calls for an increased chance of a below-normal season...
08/07/2014 in NWS/NHC
- Extended range forecast of Atlantic seasonal hurricane activity and landfall strike probability for 2014 (Updated July 1): "We continue to foresee a below-average 2014 Atlantic hurricane season."
07/01/2014 in Tropical Meteorology Project from Colorado State University (CSU)
- Early Alert Technologies, a wholly owned and operated subsidiary of Early Alert, Inc., launched their new "tornadoAlert" device.
12/01/2013 in Early Alert