Winter Storm Junois expected to hit New England and parts of the Mid-Atlantic region for the next two days. To help you better prepare for the disturbance consider these apps.
The Weather Channel, iPhone, free
One of the oldest, but still one of the best weather apps for iPhone comes from The Weather Channel. Apaidversion is also available, as is a separate version for the iPad.
Dark Sky, Universal, $3.99
This app is known for its pinpoint accuracy. It will tell you what’s happening outside of your window right now and in the next few hours.
Intellicast HD, iPad, Free
Originally released in December 2010, the app combines radar and satellite layers to offer customers a thorough overview of current and future weather forecasts.
SAS Survival Guide, iPhone, $5.99
Based on the bestselling book, this $5.99 app offers over 400 pages and 16 video guides to keep you safe. It includes a survival checklist, sun compass, extreme climate survival guide, and more. Also available for iPad.
Emergency Radio (Police Scanner), $0.99
Offering feeds from many of the nation’s police, fire, and EMS organizations, this $0.99 app is a must-have for those looking for timely local emergency news.
For a complete rundown of other weather apps, be sure to also check out our two guides,Best iPhone Weather apps andBest iPad Weather apps.
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