AccuWeather Inc.

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AccuWeather Inc., headquartered in State College, PA, recently announced it will donate its severe weather and local storm warning service to help reduce safety risks of vulnerable, temporary structures that health care workers are using for testing and triage. The service will provide a specialized version of AccuWeather’s SkyGuard warning service, including advanced warnings for the threat of lightning, wind gusts, flash flooding and tornadoes. AccuWeather is rolling out its specialized warning service first to medical institutions in the hardest hit states, including California, Washington and the northeastern states of Connecticut, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. Hospital and medical facility officials can register for the complimentary advanced severe weather warning service at hospital.accuweather.com.

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