StormGeo provides the tools, resources and services needed to lessen the effects of potentially devastating tropical storms and hurricanes. Conventional weather forecasting is not enough to manage the challenges these powerful weather events bring with them.
Get a clear, actionable plan for each tropical storm, hurricane or cyclone that is custom to your business.
Increase the security of your family, home and/or business with accurate, timely information that allows you to make the best decisions.
With StormGeo's proprietary weather models, our customers receive daily interactive hurricane monitoring and tracking that will increase the efficiency of your business before, during and after a storm.
One of the largest considerations that the Texas State Aquarium has during a hurricane is the transport of animals and in particular, the dolphin population. It’s nice knowing we can pick up the phone and have direct information coming from StormGeo, telling us exactly what they’re seeing out there and how it might impact the Aquarium.Justin Sefcik
Texas State Aquarium
TropicsWatch allows you to monitor hurricane activity in real-time through an interactive, site-specific portal that gives daily video briefings and automatic alerts.
With unique features such as our Hurricane Severity Index (HSI), our suite of timeline tools and a dedicated team of tropical meteorologists on duty 24/7, you can be fully prepared for any impending storm.
StormGeo’s hurricane experts design custom drills to help your organization prepare for and respond to an impending tropical threat, while also testing and giving feedback on any existing emergency plans.
Educational hurricane briefings and tropical seasonal outlooks are delivered to upper management and executive leadership. This presentation also includes a live forecast for the upcoming season.
During the course of Hurricane Florence's development and through the storm's landfall, the StormGeo TropicsWatch team closely monitored the storm — developing real-time, daily video updates with forecasts and expected impacts. Watch these updates to get a feel for our TropicsWatch services.Watch Storm Updates
Part 1 of the Hurricane Prep for Business Series. With the devastation of the 2018 hurricane season still fresh in our minds, now is a good time to educate yourself on the correct time to react (based on sound meteorological data) if your business is faced with a hurricane threat.
Part 2 of the Hurricane Prep for Business Series. According to the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), almost 40 percent of small businesses never recover after a disaster. Ask yourself — how will your business continue to function immediately after a storm?