Lightning kills more than 2,000 people per year worldwide. Most of these deaths occur in places without sufficient severe weather alert systems. The first step in implementing a system to alert your athletes, staff and fans about the possibility of severe lightning strikes is understanding the science and origins of understanding lightning. Earth Networks provides …Read More
Severe weather remains a real safety concern for students, parents, fans, and coaches—both on and off the field, and at practices and games. Real-time, advanced weather detection and alerting is needed to assist human decision-making. That’s why every athletic department needs a Weather Safety Policy and the right technology on hand to create an effective …Read More
Not all lightning strikes are equal. One of the most dangerous forms of lightning is in-cloud lightning, where lightning remains embedded within a cloud. The bolt in usually not seen; instead, the cloud lights up during the flash. The lightning jumps between different charge regions in the cloud. About three-quarters of all lightning on Earth never …Read More
Oklahoma weather is very active all year long with tornadoes, strong winds and thunderstorms. Preparing for and staying on top of what lies ahead keeps the emergency operation center in Stillwater, Okla., very busy. Oklahoma State University has found a solution for managing turbulent weather in its region. The OSU athletic department has used Earth …Read More
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