May 19, 2011
JoeWeather.com Releases Weather Alerts
Unique Customizable Activity-Based Weather Alerts
Malibu, CA — May 19, 2011 — JoeWeather.com announced release of their new targeted weather alerts feature.
In addition to activity-based weather alerts, users can now choose to also receive alerts specifically for high temperature, low temperature, maximum wind, and minimum wind.
Many Different Uses
These alerts have a multitude of uses.
Users may want to know when these weather conditions will fall within specific parameters to know when certain activities are preferred, or should be avoided.
Corporate accounts can make use of the customized forecasting as well. Alerts for high winds, high temperature, etc. may be necessary for planning work activities or maintaining worker safety. For example, OSHA now requires special considerations be given to avoid heat stroke when temperatures exceed 95 degrees.
How JoeWeather.com Works
JoeWeather.com proactively alerts the user to “Your Weather, Your Way” based upon temperature, wind, and other factors chosen by the user.
Using a proprietary Custom Forecasting Algorithm, JoeWeather.com sends email and/or text alerts to notify users when conditions are forecast that meet the user’s personal criteria. An “Activity Profile” is created for each location and set of conditions to be alerted on. Multiple profiles may be created for any location(s) and/or activity, whether in the middle of a city, or some remote location. The proactive customized weather forecasting ability allows those who enjoy any outdoor activity to plan activities to coincide with the type of weather preferred for that particular activity. JoeWeather.com will let users know which location(s) will have the ideal weather on a particular day.
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JoeWeather.com is a tool to proactively alert the user to personalized weather forecasts based upon temperature, wind, etc. Create multiple profiles for any location(s) you desire, even if it is miles from the nearest road; even out in the ocean.