NBC10 Weather for iPad
By NBCUniversal Media, LLC
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The NBC10 First Alert weather team is proud to announce NBC10 Weather for iPad, a full-featured weather app. The most trusted local weather information for the Philadelphia region, Delaware and South and Central New Jersey is now available whenever and wherever you want it. Count on NBC10 WX to deliver real-time forecasts, interactive maps, severe weather alerts, stories and everything else you need to help to plan your day.
∙ Highly responsive interactive map optimized for 4G and WiFi performance
∙ Detailed forecasts from NBC10’s Weather Team including Hurricane Schwartz and Sheena Parveen
∙ Access to weather, sports, and national and local news headlines
∙ Vertical and horizontal map display with looping
∙ NOWrad, the gold standard for radar in the weather industry
∙ Color coded weather alerts arranged by severity
∙ Exclusive patent pending Road Weather Index
∙ Highest resolution satellite cloud imagery available
∙ Fully integrated GPS for current location awareness
∙ Accurate 10 day forecasts with both daily and hourly detail
∙ Ability to easily save your favorite locations
∙ Weather Videos and News updated by the NBC10 Weather Team
· Send weather videos and photos to NBC10 while you’re on the go
What's New in Version 2.7.1803
- Check out current traffic conditions on the interactive map
Your weather Forecast are scaring my neighbors
To whom this may concern,
I know this will fall on deaf ears however you are causing panic among the elderly population. I think it's about time you reevaluate your efforts about keeping the public informed of the impending weather. You are to be public servants charge with guarding the safety of the public however you're breaking news continuously emphasizing things that may or may not even happen is causing panic among the elder population. One of the first roles that I experienced when I became a forecaster was to not forecast record events. However I think that principal has gone by the wayside with your over enthusiastic forecast. It seems to me that you go out of your way to find the worst possible adjectives to describe a weather event. Like I said I know this will fall on deaf ears and I know you'll think another thing about it but please stop the next time you go to make a forecast for predict something dire that you think about the consequences of your forecast. Call me anytime and we can talk about this.
- Category: Weather
- Updated: Dec 30, 2014
- Version: 2.7.1803
- Size: 21.3 MB
- Languages: English, Spanish
- Seller: NBCUniversal Media, LLC
- © 2012 NBCUniversal
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.1 or later. Compatible with iPad.