For day-to-day life, nothing can beat a great overall weather app to check the day’s temps, general forecast, etc before heading out. However, when storms roll in, we become glued to the radar portion and ignore the rest. It’s a very logical approach because watching the radar gives us the best data of what, when, and how much on a quite frequently updated timeline.
Putting that very thought into action, NOAA Radar Pro features a nearly full screen map with radar and satellite imagery as well as color-coded National Weather Service warnings, watches, and special alerts. To view more details, tap on an alerted area, then on the expansion arrow to display the full NWS severe weather report. In addition, you can perform a tap and hold anywhere on the map to place a pin, then tap the expansion arrow to show a typical weather report with the current temp, wind speed and direction, forecast, and so on.
In order to provide the most user-friendly experience, NOAA Radar Pro includes the option to bookmark locations, plus change the measurement unit type, map display type, as well as satellite and radar opacity and animation speed.
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