Modern user experience

WeatherSentry has a new user interface (UI). Check out the left navigation, menu and frame. We’ve supplemented text with icons for an upgraded visual experience; utilized a collapsible menu creating more space for your map layer content and simplified settings to save you time.

WeatherOps alerts on WeatherSentry desktop


Stay on top of the weather risk in your local area with the most comprehensive alerting engine in the industry. Now, with 107 NWS alert types; new DTN meteorologist consultative alerts; graphical in-context email alerts and advisories and mobile app push notifications – you have more context and information to make critical operational decisions faster.

WeatherOps alerts on WeatherSentry desktop

Next-gen mobile app

We’ve put a lot more weather insights at your fingertips. Quickly see your locations, radar and weather variables, alerts and more. In the next week you’ll see two WeatherSentry apps in the Apple and Android app stores. The next-gen app will be “WeatherSentry” and the legacy app will be “WeatherSentry Classic”.

*Please Note: Foreign language support will not be available on the first version of the new app. Users using languages other than English should continue to use the WeatherSentry Classic App.

WeatherSentry mobile app - 4 different views

New map layers

When we have the opportunity to give you more – we do. You’ll see new layer options for potential tornado paths, SPC severe weather outlooks, DTN meteorologist “WeatherOps” alerts, Sperry-Piltz ice accumulation index and snow and ice outlooks.

New WeatherSentry map layers: WeatherOps Alerts, Potential Tornado Path, SPC Severe Weather Outlooks, Sperry-Piltz Ice Accumulation Index, Snow and Ice Outlooks