Don’t you just love the fact that you can get the weather in an instant on your iPhone?
You can literally tell within a few minutes whether it is going to rain. You can find out the temperature in Bora Bora within a few seconds. It’s amazing!
Here are the Top FREE Weather apps for your iPhone, iPad and iPod
1 ► The Weather Channel – The Weather Channel provides the most accurate and relevant weather information whenever weather matters to you.
2 ► MyRadar Weather Radar – MyRadar is the fastest, easiest-to-use, weather application that displays animated weather radar around your current location, allowing you to quickly see what weather is coming your way.
3 ► AccuWeather for iPhone – Weatherproof your day!
4 ► WeatherBug – Access the world’s largest network of real-time weather sensors for forecasts, alerts and more.
5 ► Hurricane by American Red Cross – Be ready for severe weather with Hurricane by American Red Cross. Monitor conditions in your area or throughout the storm track, prepare your family and home, find help and let others know you are safe – a must have for anyone who lives in an area where a hurricane may strike or has loved ones who do.
6 ► Weather Underground – The Internet’s first ever weather site, Weather Underground has built a reputation for providing the most reliable and in-depth weather data for locations across the world.
7 ► Earthquakes! – Earthquake Map and Alerts – Earthquake Map and Alerts will let you know when the next tremor hits! Set alerts for your area based on distance and strength to receive notifications on your phone. You can also view earthquakes that have already occurred in a list view, organized by magnitude.
8 ► Weather° – Weather Live will provide you with current weather conditions and forecast in your city and multiple locations all around the world.
9 ► Weather＋ – You would be well advised to download Weather+. This app puts all your vital weather information on one page, and the background video matches the weather conditions.
10 ► NOAA Now – NOAA Now provides the latest information from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.