Critical decision-making based on precise, point location weather information is necessary to determine delays and closures to avoid endangering students and staff. StormGeo’s advanced forecasting capabilities allow educational leaders to confidently evaluate conditions and make informed decisions based on scientific data and expert insights.
The decision to cancel or delay school and outdoor activities is one that all superintendents wrestle with anytime the forecast calls for inclement weather. Safety is the primary concern when making any decision regarding schedule adjustments, and StormGeo Vortex provides clear data and support to guide you as you make the critical decision to close or delay school. Here are some of the key benefits of StormGeo Vortex for School Districts:
StormGeo provides clear and precise forecasts based on specific points within your school district allowing you to have a clear vision of the current and future conditions.
Superintendents often have the make school closure decisions in the early hours of the morning. StormGeo's dependable meteorologists are available 24/7/365 to guide you through the forecast and provide insights.
Displays current and forecast weather threats for fixed locations within your district with intuitive color-coded, traffic-light indicators to allow for at-a-glance future planning.
With StormGeo Vortex, you will have ample notice of impending threats and current conditions, so you can adjust working hours, student schedules, outdoor events, evacuation areas, and streamline communications between all responsible parties, ensuring students, faculty and the community aren't having to navigate inclement weather.
The bottom line is that I want to use all the tools in the toolbox to be able to make sure that I'm communicating properly to my community, to my leadership and that I'm providing the best weather information we possibly can. StormGeo is a big tool in our toolbox.Jim Judge
Volusia County, FL Emergency Management
StormGeo was incredibly helpful in providing clear, usable information to inform decision makers during our conference call.Charles Fritz Kuebler
University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston
Public weather information can provide helpful insights, but site-specific forecasts provide actionable information. What do you do when a severe weather or tropical forecast has been issued for the general public, but you are unsure how it will affect your school day?Read the 6 Tips:
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