AccuWeather: Weather Alerts

AccuWeather: Weather Alerts

By AccuWeather International, Inc.

  • Category: Weather
  • Release Date: 2008-12-22
  • Current Version: 11.7.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 255.77 MB
  • Developer: AccuWeather International, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 745,978 Ratings

Description

Get live alerts, forecasts & minute-by-minute weather updates with award-winning superior accuracy™ wherever you are! Enjoy reliable and accurate weather forecasting from wind speed to temperature with AccuWeather. Track severe weather with animated radar maps. Predict the unpredictable: always know what to expect from the weather so you can make the most out of each day. TOP 3 FEATURES: 1. MinuteCast® – View minute-by-minute rain and temperature forecasts for the next two hours, hyper-localized to your exact location. 2. Keep out of the storm with pushed severe weather alerts. Track dangerous weather in real time with the AccuWeather animated radar. 3. RealFeel Temperature® – Sunny doesn’t always mean warm. AccuWeather’s weather widget shows you how the temperature actually feels outside. Personalize your forecast any way you want, anywhere you are in the world. Get all the tools you need to understand the weather: • View your Daily Snapshot when you open the app to find out what you can expect from the day’s weather, from temperature to wind speed. • Scroll through your Local Forecast Summary for highly accurate forecasts for the next two weeks, so you can plan your weekends around the weather. • Customize your AccuWeather interface: hide the details that aren’t relevant to you. • Keep out of the storm with pushed severe weather alerts. Track dangerous weather in real time with the AccuWeather animated radar. • Watch top-trending weather videos from AccuWeather’s very own news team. • Enjoy full Apple Watch support: receive MinuteCast®, RealFeel Temperature®, current conditions details & severe weather notifications straight to your Watch. Download AccuWeather for free and enjoy award-winning superior accuracy™ in weather forecasting on your iOS device.

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Reviews

  • Connie

    5
    By Grandmadrad2007
    Love this app! The radar is perfect! The alerts are amazing! I could go on and on, but, download it and see for yourself!
  • Update

    1
    By helper 1234
    Since the new update, my radar will not show the rain, or storms
  • Best app

    5
    By jmcplc
    This is the best weather app I have found.
  • Removed information

    1
    By Legsbunt
    I noticed you changed the view and removed information. Can’t see actual temp, real feel and wind at the same time. Not happy with the app anymore
  • Doesn’t work with new Apple Watch faces

    3
    By Elwots
    Please update to work with the new Apple Watch faces.
  • Glitchy

    1
    By #1NOAAFAN
    The app keeps crashing. It changes cities randomly. I’m not impressed with its accuracy compared to free data provided by the National Weather Service. (Where do you think AccuWeather gets their data from in the first place?) I’m giving up on this awful app.
  • Inaccurate

    2
    By Why nickname 2016
    The app has nice features and that is it. This app is so inaccurate it’s ridiculous. It will say it’s raining at my location and it’s not. Same goes for when It will say it’s not going to rain and it does. I’ve put up with this for to long and I will be deleting it and using the weather channel or something else. Anything has to be better than this one.
  • Wost app just about ever

    1
    By trit
    Where to begin: 1. Cannot get my current address correct. 2. Does not give accurate readings when weather climate accurately arrive. 3. Does not give the same temperature when using the live reading and proposed location. There are others but will start with these.
  • Excellent

    5
    By Pee Rod
    App is very informative works well
  • Good inside, lacking outside

    3
    By zurudy
    I love the app and the various levels within. I like the alerts, estimated time of precipitation and the radar. So when I have time and want to sit down for an in depth look, it’s great. It’s much different when trying to get a quick view on the widgets section. It doesn’t save my settings so despite the fact that I use metric in the app, the widgets quick view section has it all in imperial. If I wait around for a while, it will eventually become metric and give me more info, but by that time I could have unlocked the phone and opened the app.

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