- 08-09-2014, 08:03 PM #2
Re: Weather app.?
This will be dependent upon where you live. I use Weather Underground because the local weather stations provide much more accurate information than the official weather stations which are often up to 20 degrees off for my location.
- 08-09-2014, 09:14 PM #3
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- 08-10-2014, 01:03 PM #5
Re: Weather app.?
As noted above, much depends on your location.
I use the free app from The Weather Network - useful info and, more importantly, I was able to track down - through it - a reporting station at a nearby high school for local and pertinent conditions and forecasts.
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No matter which weather app I use the live radar is very poor quality in comparison to Radar Now radar. The weather app radars are cheesy looking and jerky when they loop. Radar Now has always been very accurate for me.
What really is frustrating is that I can have multiple weather apps installed and they all give different weather info for the same zip code! One says rain the other says sunny!
One big reason I prefer the Weather Bug Elite because it has the Spark Lightning and I haven't found that in ANY other weather app.
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