Accuweather is known for it's accurace in predicing the weather. The app let's you choose between the radar, hourly weather and daily weather reports. At the bottom of the first screen, a prediction of when the weather conditions will chane is avialable. This includes tell you when snow will begin at your exact location. For example, snow starting in seven minutes.
The MyRadar weather ap let you choose the layers you want on your map showing your location. These include the weather, winds, temperatures as well as warnings and watches. The layers can be turned on and off with the slide of a finger.
The NOAA weather app can be a little trickier to navigate but gives the user what they are looking for. The app does gives instructions as you go along to move you along so you gain the information you are looking for from the app. It includes an animation of the radar, the settings and what a long tap vs. a pinch can get you from the phone app. It also provides a warning box so users can turn it on and off.
Are you looking for a weather app to alert you before the weather hits? This app can do that. It provides a rain and snow warning of 10 minutes before it starts falling from the sky.
The Weather Channel has become a fan favorite. It has the latest radar and predictions of what can be expected. It also offers notifications that show when rain or snow can be expected as well as watches and warnings. It also offers hourly and daily weather predictions. However, long term predictions can be difficult to find on the app.
A tap to the blue circle can show the weather quickie. It also can show radar loop plus the surrounding temperatures. Users can also change the layers which can be the radar, satellite, weather stations and severe weather alerts.
The WeatherBug lets you change the location to your liking. It also includes an hourly and 10 day outlook. Plus, a written weather report of what is going on across the country weather wise. Also, a quick finger swipe can show the different maps available and you can choose which one you want to examine.