For the thousands who lost power and phone service during the storms, mobile service and weather alerts were their only means of communication. WeatherBug Mobile delivered the NWS alerts, warning the public to take immediate shelter. With the advent of mobile communications, alerts via Smartphones, Java applications and/or SMS text alerts have proven to be real lifesavers, working even when weather radios or power-dependent programs are unavailable. People are more mobile than ever before and rely on their mobile devices to keep them informed and “in-touch” via voice, text, photos and video images. Weather conditions can greatly differ in intensity over a few miles distance, so WeatherBug precision and accuracy is important to mobile users who rely upon their wireless service as their lifeline for accurate, on-demand weather information. Consequently, weather is now the second most frequently accessed information by mobile users surfing the Internet.