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WJBF Vipir 6 Radar

The WJBF Vipir 6 app is a daily weather resource for your smart phone, providing forecasts and current conditions like radar, satellite imagery, temperature and surface winds on a fast and fluid map

The WJBF Vipir 6 app is a daily weather resource for your smart phone, providing forecasts and current conditions like radar, satellite imagery, temperature and surface winds on a fast and fluid map

WJBF Vipir 6 Radar

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WJBF Vipir 6 Radar
WJBF Vipir 6 Radar
WJBF Vipir 6 Radar

What is it about?

The WJBF Vipir 6 app is a daily weather resource for your smart phone, providing forecasts and current conditions like radar, satellite imagery, temperature and surface winds on a fast and fluid map. An easy-to-use slider lets you scan through the next 24 hours of forecasted conditions, so you can see what the weather will be like at times and locations important to you. Features: - Current and forecast conditions based on city, zip code or your current location. - Nationwide radar, VIS/IR satellite imagery, temperature and more - Interactive weather map with pan and zoom - 7-day forecasts - National Weather Service county and storm-based warnings on map - Integrated weather alerts with Baron Tornado Index (BTI) rankings Built-in Weather Alerts: WJBF Viper 6 provides fully automated weather alerts right on your phone, simple to use and more specific than weather sirens, with a lead time of up to 15 minutes before the storm hits. You can set up for four places to be monitored for severe weather, including your smart phone's current location, so you always know what's coming. Choose to receive any or all of these alert types: - Special WJBF Vipir 6 alerts: • Storms Entering Your Area • Dangerous Storm Approaching • Twisting Storm Approaching - National Weather Service storm-based Warming: • Tornadoes • Severe Thunderstorms • Flash Floods Featuring the Baron Tornado Index: The Baron-exclusive alerts are accompanied by a simple 1-to-10 ranking on the likelihood of a tornado with the approaching storm cell. Called the Baron Tornado Index (BTI), this ranking is more local and accurate than regional alerts.

WJBF Vipir 6 Radar

App Details

Version
3.15.4
Rating
NA
Size
39Mb
Genre
Weather News
Last updated
October 30, 2016
Release date
April 12, 2014
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App Screenshots

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App Store Description

The WJBF Vipir 6 app is a daily weather resource for your smart phone, providing forecasts and current conditions like radar, satellite imagery, temperature and surface winds on a fast and fluid map. An easy-to-use slider lets you scan through the next 24 hours of forecasted conditions, so you can see what the weather will be like at times and locations important to you. Features: - Current and forecast conditions based on city, zip code or your current location. - Nationwide radar, VIS/IR satellite imagery, temperature and more - Interactive weather map with pan and zoom - 7-day forecasts - National Weather Service county and storm-based warnings on map - Integrated weather alerts with Baron Tornado Index (BTI) rankings Built-in Weather Alerts: WJBF Viper 6 provides fully automated weather alerts right on your phone, simple to use and more specific than weather sirens, with a lead time of up to 15 minutes before the storm hits. You can set up for four places to be monitored for severe weather, including your smart phone's current location, so you always know what's coming. Choose to receive any or all of these alert types: - Special WJBF Vipir 6 alerts: • Storms Entering Your Area • Dangerous Storm Approaching • Twisting Storm Approaching - National Weather Service storm-based Warming: • Tornadoes • Severe Thunderstorms • Flash Floods Featuring the Baron Tornado Index: The Baron-exclusive alerts are accompanied by a simple 1-to-10 ranking on the likelihood of a tornado with the approaching storm cell. Called the Baron Tornado Index (BTI), this ranking is more local and accurate than regional alerts.