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KVII SchoolNET

The biggest television owned weather station network in country is now available via your mobile device

The biggest television owned weather station network in country is now available via your mobile device

KVII SchoolNET

by Praxis Software Inc.
KVII SchoolNET

What is it about?

The biggest television owned weather station network in country is now available via your mobile device! KVII-TV’s “SchoolNet” is now over 170 stations and continues to grow all the time! The weather stations measure temperature, humidity, dew point, wind speed and direction, wind chill, heat index, rainfall, rainfall rate, barometric pressure and more options that are soon to be added! You can follow along as the LIVE weather data flows from our network into your phone! Included in this app are weather stations located throughout Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Kansas. In addition to a dense network of weather stations in the TX and OK Panhandles and Eastern NM, we also have weather stations in the Lubbock, Midland and Abilene, TX, areas as well!

KVII SchoolNET

App Details

Version
1.9
Rating
(9)
Size
5Mb
Genre
Weather Education
Last updated
June 28, 2015
Release date
July 29, 2014
More info

App Store Description

The biggest television owned weather station network in country is now available via your mobile device! KVII-TV’s “SchoolNet” is now over 170 stations and continues to grow all the time! The weather stations measure temperature, humidity, dew point, wind speed and direction, wind chill, heat index, rainfall, rainfall rate, barometric pressure and more options that are soon to be added! You can follow along as the LIVE weather data flows from our network into your phone! Included in this app are weather stations located throughout Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Kansas. In addition to a dense network of weather stations in the TX and OK Panhandles and Eastern NM, we also have weather stations in the Lubbock, Midland and Abilene, TX, areas as well!

To access “wind chill” and “heat index” values, simply touch the word, “Temperature”. To access dew point values, simply touch ”humidity”. To see the one minute average wind gust and the highest wind gust since midnight, touch once, then twice on the word, “Wind”. To see the rainfall rate, touch once on the word, “Rain”. To see the barometric pressure change since midnight, touch the word, “pressure”.

Contact Information: E-Mail [email protected]

Phone Number: 1-800-777-5844, ext. 218

Website: www.connectamarillo.com/weather

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