Today we are kicking off our new Link Exchange program at WeatherDefender.com! This is exciting news for us and all our fellow weather buffs. To do this, we've created a special section of our site dedicated to housing links to weather resources and preparedness-related websites.
So, if you would like to have your link featured on our website, please visit our link submission page:
We will post links on a first-come, first-serve basis so if you want your site listed please be sure to submit your website details on our Link Exchange Form today!
Thanks and we look forward to your help in creating a library of helpful links for our visitors.
"For a number of years, we would rely on the free internet weather sites for radar, local news channels for “real time” data, and lightning detectors for on-site alerts. Many of the websites, however, don’t update the radar data frequently. None of the sites gave us any predictive capabilities for where storms were headed.
"We started using [Weather Defender] a couple of years ago, and I was impressed with the frequency of radar updates and the ability for the software to predict where storms would move. With Weather Defender, we now have a powerful weather tool for our business. The GIS capabilities allow us to fully customize the software for our location.
"We use Weather Defender as our “eye on the sky.” Our outdoor-based employees are trained to be “weather alert,” but Weather Defender's Alert Perimeters help us keep a closer watch on potential storms. Combined with the software's storm track capabilities, we can now be proactive, rather than reactive, when it comes to the weather. And the new Alert sounds, in particular the “thunder clap” and “tornado siren,” scares the daylights out of our office staff when a storm gets too close!"
Natural Bridge Caverns, Inc.
Cavern Geologist/Operations Manager
"I'm sure that I don't have to tell you that your product blows doors on competing products in the areas of detail, resolution, customization and the overall user-friendly GUI. It is also a VERY nice product for those who have an interest in amateur meteorology and who assist civil agencies as field spotters to augment their real-time information and conditions gathering."
Colorado Springs, Colorado