Tornado Alert Center


Introducing Tornado Alert

Tornado Alert is a scientific breakthrough based upon over 40 years of research. Unlike existing warning technologies, Tornado Alert constantly monitors the skies in real-time for electrical activity, the scientifically proven cause of tornado formation. Tornado Alert will tell you when a tornado, lightning or severe weather is detected within a 30 mile radius of your location, that’s up to 30 minutes warning with live proximity status, giving you with critical time to get to safety, day or night.

Testimonial – Bob Herrin


This is a great unit. We’re in Florida right now and I brought the unit along. It’s kept us up to date on the severity of a couple of thunderstorms that have come and gone. I’m amazed at the kind of information it gives, as well as the accuracy. No tornadoes yet, but we have been informed about the severity of thunderstorms here!

Testimonial – Paul Martin

Austin, TX

I’ve owned a TAU for about six weeks now, and I continue to be impressed with it. Unlike weather radios, the unit only alarms when dangerous conditions are nearby. And even before the unit sounds the alarm, it regularly provides owners with updates on nearby lightning and storm intensity reports. I’ve been really impressed with the level of customer service from earlyAlert; they actively seek feedback and data from users to continue to improve the product. It’s exciting to see a company actively building relationships with its product’s users, allowing TAU owners to be a part of the team. The TAU represents the most recent evolution in affordable weather detection technology. I highly recommend anyone with an interest in weather monitoring to keep one in their home and workplace.

Testimonial – Stephen David Dix

Marietta, GA

My tornadoAlert was firing off nicely yesterday in the heavy thunderstorms. Good to know what was going on – and that it WAS NOT a tornado in the area. There’s a certain sense of well being knowing that the unit will tell you exactly what is going on in your area. – May 26, 2015

Testimonial – Paul T. Martin

Director-State Affairs, Southwestern Region, National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies, Austin, Texas

Tracking it on radar now. This one may come through our neighborhood. I am more impressed with the TAU every day. Today’s alarm gave me a good 20 minutes of notice ahead of the NWS warning. I tell anyone who I think would be interested to buy one of these. Amazing product! – May 27, 2015

Testimonial – Tom DiPuma

Marietta, GA

My tornadoAlert warned of SEVERE WEATHER approximately 20 miles from my location in Marietta, GA at 3:33PM on May 25th. It had already alerted us for approaching NONSEVERE threat conditions. The warning preceded Natiuonal Weather Service warnings for the area south of us by 20 minutes. The SEVERE WARNING condition reverted back to NONSEVERE in about 10 minutes as the threat moved away from my area. Prior to that, the NONSEVERE front tracked the approach and approximate distance from our location accurately. The fact that the unit updates the threat type and its approximate distance every 60 seconds gave me unprecedented situational awareness. – May 26, 2015

Testimonial – Justen Noakes

HEB, San Antonio, TX

On April 25, 2015 at 3:59AM local time, the tornadoAlert alarm indicated a “Tornado Risk” within the San Antonio area for the possibility of imminent formation of a tornado associated with a severe thunderstorm approaching from the southwest. Multiple reports of 1″ to 2″ hail, 2-3 inches of heavy rain, and a “healthy 3 foot diameter mesquite tree snapped off 3 feet above ground level” accompanied the passage of this storm. At 3:54AM the NWS issued a severe thunderstorm warning located 7 miles southeast of Sabinal or 16 miles southwest of Hondo moving east at 25 mph. At 4:06AM the NWS issued a second warning for a severe thunderstorm located over Leon Valley or 8 miles northwest of San Antonio moving northeast at 45 mph, advising residents of hail damage to vehicles and wind damage to roofs. Subsequent evaluation of doppler radar imagery revealed mesocyclone rotation associated with the damage reports produced by this very dangerous severe thunderstorm around 4AM, justifying the “Tornado Risk” alarm provided by the tornadoAlert product.