My Hurricane Tracker gives you the most comprehensive tools for tracking tornados, cyclones, tropical storms and weather warnings available. In a beautiful interface, you won't be overwhelmed with cluttered screens like you might with other apps. We give you exactly what you need in an easy to understand way. - Interactive tracking maps for each hurricane. - NOAA forecast map & storm satellite imagery where available! - Historic search of previous storms from 1851 (or 1949 for Pacific). - Receive weather warnings from the National Weather Service. - Push notifications for weather warnings or new storm formations! - Radar, satellite and sea temperature images automatically updated in the app! - See an outlook for the next 5 days from the NOAA. - Track specific hurricanes and receive notifications every time they are updated just by pressing the "+" button! This version is ad-supported. It is similar to apps such as Hurricane Tracker, Hurricane Pro and Storm by Weather Underground.
Up to the second weather planning. I’ve used for travel planning for two years.
I keep getting alerts of tornado watches in effect for my area (NW NJ), but upon opening the app find the alerts are for Kansas. I haven’t been able to find a setting that uses my location to limit the alert to only those that are relevant to me.
This is my first time using any app to access continental US severe weather warnings and watches in one place. I may seem excited, and I am a little bit giddy. It’s like getting a new toy. So bear with me as I extol the virtues of the app as a noob to weather stuff. This app is much easier to read (font size) than using an iPhone 6 web browser to view SPC, NOAA or NWS websites for first-hand info. I like being able to see the continental US radar view. I know little about forecasting, but I know enough to recognize that this app includes visual tools that forecasters use to discuss weather. It has it all—or almost all. I might need a different app for winter weather season. I don’t know enough about weather to know if I am missing out on satellite imagery showing my location in the Midwest. The app does give continental US and regional stills from Tropical Tidbits: wind, barometric pressure lines, and other nifty weather nerd graphics. Since I don’t do forecasting, stills are just fine, even if it would be cool to play around with model future progressions. I do get what I wanted, after all: current severe and life-threatening tornado warnings and watches with radar progression images. Maybe I’ll even become a hurricane weather enthusiast, too.
I can’t even say anything! ITS JUST SOOOOOO AWESOME! EXACT stuff, alerts you when ever, very approximate. And it shows the way the format and how the storms are forming in different ways and how it forms in satélites and more just so awesome, it’s awesomely awesomitiously awesome! That’s not even a word lol.
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In the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season, I saw some hurricanes that were inaccurate in this app. Four for example. How did it go from a storm to a cyclone. It would weaken. The Depression of Four did not make impact in real life. Also there’s an invest 90L although it wasn’t real. Also there’s Depression Seven, I checked it was a storm. That should have been Franklin. Also you forgot PTC Ten. Also, where is Bret?
This app helps me to track worldwide tropical cyclones with notifications and without having to constantly open weather radar apps and check continuously if good afternoon storm is forming or about to make landfall or when a storm is about to achieve Category 5 status.
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Great app, very cool. Great moves, keep it up! Proud of you!
I bought the pro version as I wanted earnings for Tornadoes, not necessarily worried about Hurricanes in Tennessee. We just received three different warnings for tornadoes in my area and none of those are showing in the app. In fact the whole section on Tornadoes is blank. Clearly it’s wrong. It looks like a great app for Hurricanes tho. How do I get my money back ?