Available Data Products

Lightning

Uses the National Lightning Detection Network (NLDN), the official lightning detection of the U.S. National Weather Service, to identify cloud-to-ground lightning strikes, with three colors representing the age of the strike (varies by hardware). Lightning typically occurs in thunderstorms, and can strike miles from the storm center. Consisting of remote, ground-based lightning sensors, XM WX lightning data is supplied by the most accurate and reliable large-scale lightning detection network in the world.

Minimum Data Broadcast Frequency: 5 minutes
Data image represented by Garmin.