New Theme – Feedback Wanted!

We’re trying out the new 2014 WordPress theme, as it is simple, clean, and works great on mobile devices. We love it, but we’d like to know what our readers think. Please take a moment to comment below, or send an email to to let us know if you like it.

As always, this site exists as a service to the citizens of Paulding county, and we want to be sure we are serving you well. Thanks for taking the time to give us your opinion, and stay safe out there!

A Big Welcome To Our Newest Contributor!

I would like to take a moment to welcome our newest member, Lenny (posting as leonardo) to the Paulding County Weather team. You’ve already seen some action from him over the past few days, and he will be a valuable asset to our little project moving forward. Of particular interest are the live shots he can achieve using his AR Drone out in the field.

Thank you Lenny for your hard work and dedication to the cause!

We’re Almost There!

We have almost completed the transfer from our old host to our new provider Tiger Technologies. We’re also updating the look of the site to the new default WordPress theme. This may change some time in the future, but for now this is what we will go with.

Please note that we may not be able to restore archived advisories and alerts to this particular blog, however they will be available in some form in the next week or two.

Thank you for sticking with us during this rough transitional period! With the move to our new host, there will be much more room for growth and flexibility, and our goal is to deliver more accurate and timely weather alerts in the near future. As always, you can follow us on Twitter @pauldingweather which is always in service. You can also receive alerts from the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office on, it’s free and easy to set up!

Continued Maintenance and Downtime

We are currently in the process of transferring to a new hosting provider and will be down for several days. Severe weather alerts will still be issued via Twitter @pauldingweather and email alerts. Thank you for your patience!

Update: The transfer will be completed by the first week of July. In the mean time, severe weather alerts will continue to be sent via Twitter as mentioned above. Also, the old site is still available at throughout the transition period. We are now backing up the old site data and will hopefully be able to have it in archival format here soon.