Best weather app?

Discussion in 'Washington Flyway Forum' started by camano gibby, Mar 14, 2017.

  1. wingmatt

    wingmatt Elite Refuge Member

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    I really like Weather Underground, but my first choice and most used is The Weather Channel. Between the two it covers most for me. I do occasionally go to the weather.gov site as well (usually when around bigger waters).
     
  2. Constructeur

    Constructeur Senior Refuge Member

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    I have had to deal with all of our restoration work ( concrete, asphalt, and striping/thermoplastic painting) through this weather.

    Weather.com on the phone; hour to hour is pretty darn accurate.
     
  3. Duck_Hunter_88

    Duck_Hunter_88 New Member

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    This year was the worst for forecast but I usually used NOAA, the weather was just too volatile....by the end of the season I went old school....got up, checked my rock (see below) and went hunting.

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  4. mrbill

    mrbill Elite Refuge Member

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    I use Weather Underground and Weather Channel. Have had good luck with each. Might have to get one of those rocks though for when power is out or internet is unavailable.
     
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  5. cougfan316

    cougfan316 Senior Refuge Member

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    I've had good luck with WeatherBug. I know it's more local, but fox12's weather app is good too. Especially the weatherblog portion. Mark Nelson is a pretty sharp cookie with stuff.
     

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