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elbanditoroso's avatar

What website do you use to get weather updates?

Asked by elbanditoroso (26984points) 1 week ago

www.weather.gov is OK for forecasts but is not so good for maps and current patterns.

I used to like www.accuweather.com but they changed their maps a couple months ago and are not as good or informative.

www.weather.com – too many ads, too simplistic, too much non-weather garbage on each screen. Slow

What is your go-to weather website?

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rebbel's avatar

Windy.com, amongst others.

flutherother's avatar

I use the Met Office website. I don’t go anywhere else.

canidmajor's avatar

I am a weather app junkie. Weather channel app, Accuweather app, a couple of NOAA apps, weather underground app, weather bug app, and a couple others. I go through until I have an idea of the average, then I pick the forecast/assessment that I like best.

elbanditoroso's avatar

@flutherother sadly, the Met Office doesn’t include the USA. I guess we can blame King George because he lost the colonies 243 years ago.

flutherother's avatar

It gives forecasts for most American (and world) cities. Just type the name in.
PS. We’re ready to move back in if things get anymore crazy over there.

elbanditoroso's avatar

@flutherother you have your own issues these days

Vignette's avatar

Weatherbug on Android

ucme's avatar

I tend to look out of the windows

Jonsblond's avatar

https://www.weatherbug.com/

https://www.weatherforyou.com/reports/index.php?config=&forecast=zandh&pands=madison+wi&Submit=Get+Weather

And this to see how much snow is in the forecast. You just click on the blue square that is your local NWS authority and it gives you how many inches of snow are forecasted. http://wxcaster.com/gis-snow-overlays.htm

JLeslie's avatar

Usually, my AccuWeather app.

I don’t check the weather regularly though. I can go days and sometimes weeks without looking at the weather.

Sagacious's avatar

I used to like Accuweather too. If I just want the forecast I look on local Fox affiliate station’s website. If I’m trying to find out about tropical storm forecasts, I go to hurricane.com. It’s feed from the government’s site.

LuckyGuy's avatar

I use www.weather.gov and enter my zip code. It has real data and no ads.

PaisleyFaye's avatar

I agree with vignette, Weatherbug is a really good WEATHER APP!!

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