Layers Save Lives® is a philosophy our team lives by. When dangerous weather is around you, we make sure you have the right information at the right time.
We strive to help save lives and minimize cost impacts by being the fastest and most reliable weather notification company in the United States.
WeatherCall Services is proud to be an ambassador to the Weather-Ready Nation initiative from the National Weather Service.
We provide information for better community, business, and personal decision making. Partnering with the National Weather Service, we inform, educate, and empower communities, businesses, and people to make pre-event decisions that can be life-saving and prevent or limit devastating economic losses.
WeatherCall Services, LLC started in 2007, bringing the surgically precise warnings issued by the National Weather Service (NWS) to those who are in the path of nature's most deadly threats–tornadoes, damaging wind, large hail & lightning.
By the fall of 2007, WeatherCall grew to be in more than 90 broadcast markets and grew to close to one million subscribers.
WeatherCall Enterprise launched after the May 2008 tornado in Windsor, Colorado. Providing precise information so business decision-makers across a variety of industries can confidently determine whether they must activate their often mandated emergency procedures. This product grew to include hospitals, malls, manufacturing companies, convention centers, and colleges.
WeatherCall for Schools launched in 2009, continuously monitoring NWS warnings & comparing a school’s specific address to the location of the warning area polygon. This gives school administrators instant, real-time information about imminent threats & the proximity of lightning, and the “all clear” notification to keep students & staff safe.
As WeatherCall grew, other products have been developed including HazardCall, HazardAlarm, and HazardCall for RVs.
The WeatherCall you know and love is adding phone calls for confirmed tornadoes and severe thunderstorms with hurricane-strength winds and hail larger than golf balls with WeatherCall NexGen.