A Fundraising Program Proven to Help Save Lives

WeatherCall has been delivering phone calls, emails and SMS-Text messages since 2007 giving subscribers the best and fastest emergency weather notifications available today. Over 14 million WeatherCalls have been made and is PROVEN to SAVE LIVES in some of the nation's worst tornado outbreaks since 2008. WeatherCall is now making this technology available to organizations as a way to increase public safety while allowing your organization to have an aggressive fundraiser with new and recurring revenue. And the service works NATIONWIDE! That means that your organization can offer this to all friends and family nationwide, not just in your own community.

$5 this year, $1 each year a subscription is renewed

  • Assigns a precise latitude/longitude to an address, and allows ups to 3 phone numbers and email addresses.
  • Delivers warning message ONLY when the location falls INSIDE an official warning area, eliminating false alarms.
  • Subscriber chooses the type of warnings they wish to choose from: tornado, severe thunderstorm and/or flash flood.
  • Works with ANY type of telephone – old analog hard-wired rotary dial types to digital smart phones.
  • Registration can be online, by mail, or via a toll-free messaging system.
  • Uses an IPhone or Android smart phone "self-locating" capability, notifying user of nearby official warnings to wherever the phone has traveled.
  • Subscriber chooses the type of warnings they wish to choose from: tornado, severe thunderstorm and/or flash flood.
  • Delivers phone message and/or SMS text plus 1 touch detailed map of the warning area.
  • "All Clear" notifications when warnings are no longer in effect.
  • Lightning notification available for those monitoring outdoor lightning threat.


More Information about WeatherCall Notifications

Recent improvements in how the National Weather Service (NWS) defines warning areas have resulted in significantly higher accuracy and smaller warned areas, compared to the decades-old county-wide warning method. Learn more about NWS storm based warnings by clicking here.mws

The WeatherCall system continuously monitors the National Weather Service's NOAA weatherwire. Using computerized mapping (GIS) the system compares a subscriber's specific location to the location of the warning area. When a severe weather warning includes your location, you will receive phone calls from WeatherCall, 24 hours a day. You can also receive the warning by email with a detailed map of the threat and/or by SMS text messaging.

During recent tornado outbreaks from 2011 and 2012, WeatherCall delivered virtually flawless warnings beating all competitors in timeliness and accuracy. At WeatherCall we believe a late warning can be worse than no warning at all. It can lull someone into a sense of security. If they think they are protected, hear a storm, and don;t get the notification they expect, that late warning could cause injury or loss of life. At WeatherCall, we take our calling seriously and are always monitoring our system to assure against late warning notifications.

waay-warningMadison and Jackson Counties' combined 1,885 square miles are under a tornado warning issued on Jan 21, 2010 at 5:30pm. The true warning area is slightly more than 300 sq. miles, representing a 85% reduction in warned area. Only WeatherCall subscribers INSIDE the red box would receive the warning call. Traditional Warning methods include NOAA weather radios, which are county-wide. That means that everyone in both couinties would be warned even though only about a 15% area of both counties are actually in the warning. Most counties' outdoor sirens are also based on county-wide warnings, which means that even though 100% of those hearing traditional warnings through NOAA weather radios and outdoor sirens, only 15% of them are in the warned area. That is how precise WeatherCall is. Over half a million users depend on these precise warnings from WeatherCall.

FILL OUT THE FORM ABOVE TO ASK FOR THE AGREEMENT AND TAKE PART IN THIS AGGRESSIVE FUNDRAISER TODAY! Questions: Call or Email Brad Huffines, (256)682-9217 bradh@weathercall.net



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