Stay One Step Ahead of the Storm

For help in scheduling, protecting materials and ensuring that work gets done in a safe environment, builders increasingly are using software programs that deliver the specifics on job-site weather conditions.

By Meghan Stromberg, Senior Editor | March 31, 2004

For help in scheduling, protecting materials and ensuring that work gets done in a safe environment, builders increasingly are using software programs that deliver the specifics on job-site weather conditions. Here are just a few:

 

Weather-Tracking Tools
Company
Services
Delivery Method
Cost
Contact
WeatherBug (aka WeatherNet)
MesoStreamer:
Company
Services
Delivery Method
Cost
Contact
WeatherBug (aka WeatherNet)
MesoStreamer:
Company
Services
Delivery Method
Cost
Contact
WeatherBug (aka WeatherNet)
MesoStreamer:
Company
Services
Delivery Method
Cost
Contact
WeatherBug (aka WeatherNet)
MesoStreamer:
Internet application, viewed on desktop/laptop
Varies; start at $100/year
800/544-4429

Weather.com (aka The Weather Channel)
(See Web site for specific products)
Cell phone, land line phone, cell phone data, PDA, desktop/laptop
Varies; delivery starts at $3.99/month, depending on carrier
www.weather
.com

Meteorlogix
MxVision WeatherSentry

Construction Edition:

Internet or satellite application, viewed on desktop/laptop
Varies; starts at $79/month

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