Half-Price Mid-Winter MPM Discount

Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr January 17, 2017 14:33

Half-Price Mid-Winter MPM Discount

The My Pocket Meteorologist winter alerts service has been discounted to adjust for the rest of the winter season.

Winter alerts for one county will now cost you a one-time fee of $12.49. Winter alerts for two counties will now cost you a one-time fee of $17.49. This service runs until March 31 (or last snow – even if into April). Therefore, with 10 weeks left until March 31, the service will cost you $1.24 per week for one county or $1.79 per week for two counties if you order right now.

Ideal customers include snow plow drivers, outdoor business, and weather freaks who simply have to have the latest back yard hyperlocal weather information pushed to their phone via text message. Each county is broken down into unique climatological areas. Example 1: Pine Barrens of interior Ocean County are typically different from coast. Example 2: NW Passaic County has higher elevations than the Passaic/Bergen Border. We take these climatological factors into consideration when delivering you our forecasts and thoughts.

You won’t find a finer custom-tailored weather product. Our forecasts and alerts are coming from real meteorologists and forecasters who consider all model guidance and live observations. We factor in things that models cannot see (ex: existing snow pack/accurate frozen precipitation types/model error/etc). Most automated forecast generators seen on public apps and web sites typically run off the surface output of one model…and often incorrectly update 4 times per day. We simply give you a more accurate product that thousands are now using with success.

What are My Pocket Meteorologist Winter Alerts?

Tailored for those who want early warnings for any winter weather system moving into their specific county during the months of winter only. Customers get advanced notice of:

  • Winter Storms (greater then 3″) – Up to 4 days’ notice with daily updates thereafter leading up to the storm, and updates with any changes to previous text forecasts as needed during the storm until storm passes
  • Light snow (less than 3″) –  2 days’ notice with daily updates thereafter leading up to the storm, and updates with any changes to previous text forecasts as needed during the storm until storm passes
  • Heavy Rain – Up to 2 days’ notice of rain totaling over .50” within a 12 hour period
  • Ice Conditions – Any threat of ice
  • Snow Consistency – Wet vs. dry/powdery
  • Specific timing for your area, including start/end times, and changeover times to other forms of precip, if applicable
  • Wind – 1 day notice for wind gusts 40mph or greater
  • Lightning – Real-time alerts (includes thundersnow)

All that you need:  A cell phone that is capable of receiving text messages. This service is not for landline phones or email.

What areas can I get MPM winter alerts for?

My Pocket Meteorologist Coverage Map

Where can I sign up?

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Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr January 17, 2017 14:33

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