The fastest way to access NWS/NOAA weather data. Simply tap anywhere on the map and view NOAA's spot specific weather forecast. 7-day NWS/NOAA Weather Forecast - Text summary, spot & zone specific forecast - Weather, sky, wind and waves - Detailed hourly forecast - Severe weather NOAA Charts (Map Overlays) - Weather Radar - Tropical Storms & Hurricanes - Lightning Strike Density - Long Duration Hazards - Short Duration Watches & Warnings - 12-Hour Rain Probability - 6-Hour Quantitative Snowfall - Wind Speed & Direction - Air Temperature - Significant Wave Height * Available for iPhone and iPad with single purchase * Forecast coverage includes: - Continental USA - Hawaii - Alaska - Puerto Rico Feel free to contact me at email@example.com if you have any questions. Enjoy.
This app provides pretty good info even for the weird microclimate I live in.
A good presentation of NWS data that is quick and easy to check from my phone. The only thing I would add is support for metric units (something even the NWS website does).
Have to go direct to excellent NOAA site to find extended scientific discussion
The hourly data presentation on this app is the absolute the best. Great detail and duration without the drama. The app would be 5 star if the weather radar overlay was animated.
I appreciate the ability to quickly view raw NWS data. That said, some simple charts is the data similar to what NWS provides on their website would be nice. More importantly, the lack of a current conditions pages seems like an oversight? For this to be an all-around useful weather app, I really want to be able to open the app and see what the current conditions are. The next hour in the forecast page doesn’t match current conditions all the time. Please add a current conditions page
Very accurate information and much more reliable than the Weather Channel app.
That makes it useless for me.
This app does not have a widget to show me at-a-glance info, so it can't replace the god-awful built-in app. I'd give it five stars if I had a widget.
I am a chronic surfer and sample all sorts of forecasts. NWS/NOAA and their sites/apps are the best. All the rest just regurgitate the NWS/NOAA data anyway, and then pretend it’s theirs. Such a joke. And the NWS/NOAA interfaces are better anyway.
Tells you what you need.