At CES 2021, Ambient Weather, a Nielsen-Kellerman brand, debuts the release of new features on AmbientWeather.net – the fastest growing interactive online weather community. Ambient Weather has been a market leader in weather stations, environmental monitoring instruments, and intuitive web-based dashboards for viewing and sharing weather data for over two decades.
Ambient Weather believes weather is personal, and we are dedicated to building a community around people who are passionate about weather.
Once you connect your personal weather station to AmbientWeather.net, you become a free contributing member to one of the most interactive social weather platforms. Join the conversation with seamless streaming of real-time weather conditions from your station, hyper-local weather forecasts, and an active community of weather professionals and enthusiasts who together, create a rich network of weather data.
The personal dashboard at AmbientWeather.net is the most versatile and intuitive in the industry. Posting data online from your own station is free and requires only a quick connection of your favorite ski area, marina, beach, or work location. View charts and graphs of historical data or information like temperature, humidity, rainfall, ultraviolet radiation, and more, directly from your device. And, once connected, you can interact with your personal station data on Alexa, Google Home, and IFTTT.
AmbientWeather.net is much more than just a web-based weather dashboard. We take our extensive weather station network and place them into a mapping platform combining meaningful weather information with a robust community. View up-to-the-minute conditions and even live weather images from nearby stations such as your recreational or work location. Like, share and comment on forecasts in your area or create your own hyper-local forecasts.
No matter if you follow the weather to play for work, time with family, travel, or outdoor activities having real-time hyper-local weather reporting helps you stay more connected to what matters most.