Baron Weather API

Baron Threat Net weather monitoring systemFor your custom displays and apps, the Baron Weather API (Application Programming Interface) allows you to integrate precision weather data for enhanced prediction and mitigation of weather risks. Actionable weather information, including radar, road conditions, lightning strike data, weather forecast models and much more, can be overlaid onto localized mapping. The result? Informed and effective decision-making at street-level.

Learn more about precision data in the Baron Weather API


U.S. and Global Weather Data

comprehensive weather data in Baron Threat Net

You choose the data you want to integrate. Radar. Lightning. Storm Tracks. Intelligent data for flooding, hail and tornadoes. Both basic and Baron-exclusive data products are available. The API includes Baron-exclusive alerting and NWS watches and warnings for integration into your workflow, enabling site-specific timely weather alerts for your staff, students and faculty. Additionally, plentiful roadway weather. both current and forecast, along with other forecast data allows personnel to examine expected rainfall or snow, cloud cover, winds and more, helping anticipate atmospheric conditions affecting your campus over the next several days.

Rapid Deployment

We designed the Baron Weather API to get you up and running quickly. That means common file formats and protocols. Plus it’s a REST API, so you can use your favorite libraries. Data is available in graphical and text formats, while extensive documentation and technical support help you through the entire process. Our commitment to you doesn’t stop there. We will work with you to build the right solution for your needs.

Reliable. Scalable.

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All mission-critical weather data is backed by proven meteorological expertise with a reputation for accuracy. Multiple data centers ensure 99.9% service reliability and robust scalability to meet the demands of rigorous use.

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