The Weather Channel App for iPad – best local forecast, radar map, and storm tracking
By The Weather Channel Interactive
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Enjoy the best day possible with the most accurate forecast available. When you see the world through weather, It's Amazing Out There.
• Trusted forecasts help you plan your day, week, or even the next hour.
• Detailed weather conditions include “feels like” temperature, sunrise time, sunset time, wind speed, humidity, UV index, visibility, dew point, and pressure. (Access them by tapping the circle on your main screen).
• Incredibly fast and accurate maps offer past and future radar as well as customizable map layers.
• Push alerts & badges help alert you of severe weather in your area. To set your alerts, tap the magnifying glass to open your favorite locations. Then, tap the information icon next to your location of choice. From there, you can toggle on/off severe and pollen alerts.
• Severe weather mode - During a severe event, we’ll activate a severe ticker at the top of your App. If the event is a hurricane, you can click the alert to see our interactive hurricane tracker.
• Beautiful and easy-to-use. This app is closely aligned to the iOS 7 aesthetic, and our amazing background photos match your current weather conditions.
• Weather news - From big storms to bizarre findings, stay up-to-date with the latest weather news, photos, and videos.
• Statewide flu levels and pollen forecasts.
• Travel destination weather (airplane icon) - Get everything you need to plan your next trip, such as average temperatures and precipitation, forecasts, the best time to visit, maps, and details to understand how the weather feels compared to your hometown.
Don’t forget to check us out at weather.com, like us on facebook.com/theweatherchannel, and follow us on Twitter @weatherchannel for the latest breaking news. Your WEATHER™ wherever, whenever, and however you want it.
We love when you take the time to provide us with your feedback. Please submit all questions and comments to http://feedback.weather.com.
SUPPORTS iOS 6.0 AND ABOVE
What's New in Version 4.4.1
- Performance enhancements.
Recent Updates Problematic
I have use this app on my i-Pad for about 3 years. At first, it was wonderful for what I needed, but it started having problems after recent updates were made over the past year or so. Now, when I'm using the radar, and am trying to zoom out to get a better idea of how big or how far away a storm is, or how it is tracking, it almost always crashes, and I have to start all over, only to have it crash again. Sometimes it crashes when I first try to access the radar. The radar also has some accuracy problems. I have been in a pouring rain that was not shown on the radar at all, and there is often a lag between what the radar is showing, and what the current conditions really are. Other than that, I'm generally happy with the app.
Great app, use it daily!
I use TWC app daily in keeping track of weather, and use the severe weather warning alerts as well. My job is weather dependent...in the last month there have been a lot of issues with bugs and the app crashing constantly, I have left info about it on the sites but I get no response back and the issues continue...it's frustrating when you want to check the radar and it crashes before you can see it...I hope someone finally realizes or reads the reviews and comments, e-mails and provides a fix for the problem...there have been no updates or bug fixes for quite some time...come on guys!
Good basic weather info
This app provides good basic weather information like all other weather apps in a zillion different websites. I used it several times today and have been using it for four years. The summary of current conditions and brief forecasts for the days ahead are convenient, but I wish more detailed information was available for long-range planning. There is plenty of real estate on an iPad screen to provide a great deal more forecast information. What weather patterns are developing around the country and around the world that are likely to shape conditions in a few days or a few weeks? It would also be nice to see information on historical comparisons and trends.