Weather Underground has long been a go-to source for weather details online. And now, lastly, we have a proper Weather Underground Android app.
The major view is a perfectly set out three-panel display. The top section reveals the current temperature, “feels like” temp, wind speed and way, moisture and a thumbnail image of what it’s like external. Touch it and you will get the present dewpoint, visibility, pressure (in inches), wind gusts, GPS harmonizes, and when the circumstances were last updated. Tap it a third time and you will get a quick forecast for the rest of the week.
The second part, in the center of the screen, shows three days at a peek, with high/low conditions and chance of rain. You can swipe to get the next three days. Tap a day to get the hourly prediction.
And the base section of the main view, getting up a little less than half of the entire screen, is a Google map with nearby individual weather stations reporting the present temperature. Tap the road, and it goes to a full-screen edition with radar laid on top. You can adjust the overlays of the “WunderMap,” toggling weather tracks, satellite, visible satellite, temperatures, cameras and animation.
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Other possibilities involve making locations as favorites, experiencing sever weather alerts for a location, and signing into your Weather Underground account.
And while we are in the winter period, we would hope to see a committed exotic weather section (if not an entire app from Wunderground) by the start of storm season June 1. The application is absolutely free, and it is easily found a location on our phones.