enterprisesolutions.accuweather.com/gis-data-layers

Overview
Solutions
385 Science Park Rd
State College, PA
United States  
Phone: (814) 235-8600
Fax: (814) 235-8699
Email: Paul Raymond
For businesses, government agencies, media, and institutions around the world, AccuWeather Enterprise Solutions delivers mission-critical, weather-driven solutions that help protect people, property and profits from the effects of weather. AccuWeather Enterprise Solutions’ products include the most accurate, site-specific, customized severe weather warnings, short- and long-range forecasts, and applied weather information.

Key industries of focus include: Insurance & Financial Services, Retail and Manufacturing. AccuWeather Enterprise Solutions also serves the Energy, Utilities, Transportation, Telecom, Agriculture and State and Local Government sectors.

Recommended product Offerings include:
Historical and real-time severe weather layers such as Hail, tornado, rainfall and flooding potential;
Hurricane forecasts, created and updated an hour before the National Hurricane Center by in-house meteorologists;
Historical sensible weather data, such as temperature, precipitation, snowfall, wind, dew point, plus over 200+ more parameters;
Severe weather warnings, for tornado, wind, hail, lightning snow, flooding that are, unlike NOAA, are pinpoint site-specific;
Hi-resolution Level 2 precipitation radar, National Weather Service watches and warnings, real-time lightning; Environment Canada warnings; and
Global current conditions


All products listed above are available as REST endpoint map services, features services, or shape files.

Industries Served: Agriculture, Electric & Gas, Financial Services, Highways & Roads, Homeland Security, Insurance, Manufacturing, Pipeline, Public Works, Railroads, Retail, Telco, Trucking & Distribution

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Awards and Designations

Proactive Storm PlanningProactive Storm PlanningAtlanta January 2014 winter stormAtlanta February 2014 Winter stormDallas December 2013 Ice stormWestar Energy January 2010 Winter stormSevere Flooding in midwest April 2009