Baron adds user-defined alerts to Threat Net

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Weather intelligence provider Baron has released fully customizable user-defined alerts for the Baron Threat Net suite.

The suite is an active weather monitoring and forecasting tool for public safety featuring operations center, mobile and web-based accessibility. Users can set location-based weather condition and forecast criteria to trigger text or email notifications. To set user-defined alerts, users select a weather parameter to monitor, choose the condition or forecast criteria to trigger an alert and it will be set when the conditions are met.

Alerts can be set for temperature, wind speed, relative humidity, wind chill, wet bulb globe, heat index, past 24-hour liquid accumulations, forecast air quality index, forecast accumulated precipitation, forecast precipitation rate and forecast web bulb globe.

The enhanced tool is designed for municipal, school or private outdoor facility administrators as well as weather-dependent business operators.

Baron Threat Net provides detailed data and visual monitoring on precipitation, forecast road conditions, lighting strikes, and severe weather monitoring of damaging winds, hail and flooding.

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