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‘Storm’ by Weather Underground is the best app for the worst weather

by TechnoBuffalo | August 31, 2016August 31, 2016 10:55 am PST

We’re entering storm season soon and it doesn’t hurt to be prepared for inclement weather. Emergency supplies? Check. The best, up to date storm data? Um…

I’ve been using Weather Underground for awhile now, primarily because of how detailed the information gets. I can get weather information for my street! It may not seem like it makes a difference, but it certainly does. Even just between my 7-mile commute from home to office, it can make a whole world of a difference.

Now, with Storm by Weather Underground, I have up to the moment information on storms, accurate lightning and rain data. Storm uses data from a broad spectrum of sources including NOAA, NEXRAD radar, personal weather stations, Environment Canada, and MeteoAlarm. Storm has everything you need at your fingertips: high-def radar, advanced storm tracking, severe weather forecasting, real-time severe weather alerts and more. Storm promises razor-sharp weather data between 800 feet! You can also have access to the lightning tracker within 100 miles of your location.

If you’ve ever lived in areas where tornadoes, hurricanes, or severe storms are regular occurrences, you know how vital it is to have access to this information.

Storm is the best app for the worst weather and you download it for FREE from the App Store or Play Store.

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Weather Underground. The opinions and text are all mine.