WeatherBug, the brand millions trust to help Know Before™ severe weather strikes, is pleased to exhibit in the Family Fun Zone at the upcoming Little League Baseball® World Series in Williamsport, Penn. Visit WeatherBug in the Family Fun Zone to learn more about the Little League® WeatherBug app and receive a limited-edition WeatherBug commemorative pin, while supplies last, by showing the downloaded app on your phone!
Earlier this year, WeatherBug and Little League® International teamed up to create the Little League® WeatherBug app for Android and iOS devices. The app provides real-time weather, forecasts, severe weather alerts, and personalized lightning detection to help you stay safer from severe weather and lightning during outdoor activities – whether it’s practice and ballgames, or a day of fun at the beach or the lake.
The app features Spark™ lightning detection, which delivers personalized, minute-by-minute and mile-by-mile lightning strike information to help coaches, managers, and fans Know Before™. Spark uses real-time lightning strike information from our Total Lightning Network to provide color-coded warnings for lightning danger at your device’s GPS location and other places – like your favorite cities or the field where the game will be played.
About Earth Networks – WeatherBug
For 20 years, we have been Taking the Pulse of the Planet® using the world’s largest weather and climate networks. Our sensors across the planet keep consumers, businesses, and governments informed, updated and alerted. Our popular WeatherBug® apps and website provide neighborhood-level weather, superior forecasts and advanced severe weather alerts to more than 30 million people monthly. Enterprises such as schools, airports, professional sports teams, utilities and government agencies rely on our Early Warning Solutions to safeguard lives, prepare for weather events, and optimize operations. Know Before™. Learn more at www.earthnetworks.com.
Little League® Baseball and Softball is the world’s largest organized youth sports program, with 2.4 million players and one million adult volunteers in every U.S. state and more than 80 other countries. In 2014, Little League is celebrating its 75th Anniversary of developing major league people. For more information, visit LittleLeague.org, or follow the Little League on Facebook (facebook.com/LittleLeague) or Twitter (twitter.com/LittleLeague). Celebrate Little League’s 75th Anniversary online at LittleLeagueBigLegacy.com, official hashtag: #LittleLeague75.