InterWARN replacement

Joe Dietrick

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Apr 7, 2020
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I have searched the forums, and not found an answer. I used InterWARN push notifications for years, and haven't found anything close to the flexibility & selection to get the information I want. Looking for specific SPC products, selective county notifications, etc, to an email preferably. FB & Twitter aren't cutting it.

On the InterWARN FB page - which I didn't see until it was over - there was a single comment that reconfiguring InterWARN was "possible". If someone has details on this, I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks, Joe
 
Jun 12, 2019
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Hey Joe,

There's Weather Text Alert (.com), but it's SMS-based, and probably too basic for what you're looking for.

Which SPC products were you looking to get notifications on?
 

James Stroika

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Mar 11, 2020
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Weather USA.net is another option via text/email. I also have WxMessage software which captures text data off the NOAA Weather Wire(free service), and can re-transmit via email if desired.
 

Joe Dietrick

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Apr 7, 2020
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Thank you, all. WeatherMessage does look closest for the flexibility I want. Chris - to answer you question; seasonal MCDs, red boxes from SPC, Atlantic products from NHC, and then local warnings for the select counties our SkyWARN covers.

InterWARN was a great product for this, both with the interface & functionality.

Joe
 
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rdale

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I retired RealEMWIN a few years back when Win7/10 would have forced me to rewrite it for 64-bit. Instead I gave rights to all my code for free to Danny so you may see some similarities here and there :)
 

Joe Dietrick

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Apr 7, 2020
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Dean, thank you. I do have WxWarn. It has some great features - if attended. I especially like having the graphics; I make good use of them. The filter helps with my SkyWARN work, but not as nice an interface as InterWARN had.

Joe