Weather Message Service
I run the Weather Message software on a computer at my home, which allows me to provide the weather messaging services discussed on this page and shown in practice on the Weather tab of the site (see the menu at the top of the page). Weather Message is a very powerful and highly customizable software system which allows me to monitor many different streams of weather data and send out messages through various means. My implementation of this system has barely scratched the surface of its capabilities, and yet it can still be a lot to take care of. Currently, I monitor the National Weather Service's EMWIN and Weather Wire data streams and send messages out via email through Mailjet, via APIs through Twitter and this site, and via SMS and phone calls through Nexmo. Eventually, I hope to increase the reliability of the ingest side of my system by adding a NOAAport satellite ground station, but that's probably going to be a while.
About the Service
In general, I have focused this service on Washington and Yuma Counties in Northeastern Colorado. In many cases, I will be willing to provide most weather alerts in these two counties because I already have the most common alerts configured and can easily copy and modify them to add new locations. I also monitor a couple key locations in South Dakota. Depending upon the specific location and need, I may be willing and able to provide messaging services outside these immediate areas. Please contact me if you are interested or have any questions.