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NOAA Weather Radar Live & Alerts

NOAA Weather Radar Live & Alerts

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☀️ Weather app ❄️ to track the real-time conditions for multiple locations 🌎

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  • img Expert
    1. Simple & effective UI! Completely customizable real-time radar gives you everything you need to know at a single glance
    2. Know what will happen a week ahead of time! Use super accurate 24-hour & 7-day weather forecast for any location you want
    3. It's a perfect fit! Receive live-updates via the resizable widget that will go perfectly with any screen size

    Reviewed by Antonio Rozich on April 5, 2018

  • Tracking weather Sep 20, 2017

    By CaroBabbo
    I have always liked tracking weather whether it be seeing incoming rain when I'm walking my dog or keeping track of a hurricane as it heads toward land (or not) or up the coast. I like that I can see predictions of a hurricane's progress. What I don't like is that as I tap on a forecast point I have to go through two levels. First the white rectangle that tells me little more than the storm's name and its intensity. Then I can get a full-page report of its name, intensity, projected wind speeds, and mapping coordinates. Then if I want to get a sense of how it's moving, I have to go back to the map and repeat the whole process. Tedious and not very efficient. How about the white rectangle actually giving useful tracking info rather than long spelled out labels? Category 3 = Cat3. The date and time of the forecast so I can very efficiently track along the path and get a sense of how fast it's moving and how it's gaining or losing strength. I like being able to bookmark locations so I can quickly check places where my kids live or to which I frequently travel. Last thing, even though I deleted the bookmark, the map defaults to a place (Gould, RI) that doesn't exist. How about I be able to designate one of my bookmarks (like my home) as the map default. It's coming close but it's missing the mark.
  • Works great! Jan 16, 2017

    By Momlovesames
    People were complaining about large location icons, fast radar time lapse, etc. Well guess what? There's options to change those in Settings! Just because you're not App Savvy doesn't mean you should give bad ratings and complain. I'm a 47 year-old single mother and if I can figure out what the circular gear icon symbol means and tap it to find the settings you can too! You can also choose map or satellite imagery, the degree of clarity on the coverage of the "clouds" so you can still see what city it is. Change the speed of the playback. How long do you want that red pin with the nice, visible print for the location to stay there? 10 seconds or 1 minute? I think there were 4 options. Those are just the ones I looked at before the "please rate the app" popped up. I really like it and find it functional, accurate (so far), and not too difficult for a grandmother to use. If you can't figure it out, get your kids to help. 😊
  • HPilot33 May 12, 2017

    By HPILOT33
    This is NOT like Any Other App! When You Find A Great RELIABLE Weather APP; You Tend to Use It as An Important TOOL as A Professional or Private Citizen! Responsive and Up To Date, Accuracy is Important! So Far This WX Radar Pro is Doing Great! I Concur with The Grand-Mother! If you have a "Head Space and Timing" Problem operating this App, get someone In The Family who is the Computer Genius/Guru to Help! Most Good Apps have a System Settings Gear like Icon to Customize the App! So before you give a Poor Rating; Please, Read The Instructions, and at least try To Communicate with The Developer's Tech Team! By The Way; When You Do Write or Rate Any App, You will have to Think about Organizing Your Thoughts and Complaints in a Constructive Manner! Don't Complain Just for the Sake of Complaining! Especially, If You don't Even Try Reading the Instructions or Communicating An Issue with a Valid Point(s) to Help These Developers Solve Any System or Application Issues!
  • May 9, 2021

    By Hailey Conti
    I love this app because it's awesome that I can see if we get severe weather like a Tornado warning or a watch
  • Reliable Apr 4, 2017

    By Who luvs ya baby
    I've had this app for sometime now. I must admit I was skeptical and doubted a weather app. Mainly because there are so many out there that well just plain stink. This one however is reliable and provides several tools to effectively forecast the weather. After almost 2 year I am very pleased with the app! Updated- 4/3/17, I've noticed that since about the December of 2016, the accuracy of forecast has been slipping. I check this app three or four times a day, and there have been times where the weather has totally changed in the matter of hours. This isn't isolated dates, it's occurring often, I wonder if they switched to a sub par monitoring system or something like that? If I am confusing you, let me put it this way. The iPhone weather app has been more reliable over this same period.
  • Apr 29, 2021

    By Nicole Rachelle
    This app is great for tornado conditions because you can see where the front is. The sirens where I used to live were always 5-10 minutes late, and this was one of my go to apps to help me cope w no reliable sirens. Now I use it for the same reason in a new state where we get good warnings but we get more frequent and worse tornadoes. I would love to turn on ONLY a loud tornado alert in the app with no other alerts, if the developers could give the kind of specificity in settings.
  • A good app.....for the most part Jun 11, 2018

    By therelybare
    I really like the usefulness of this app. I use it to keep track of storms and all of the watches/warnings. I travel a lot and I like having information about the areas I visit. That being said, today wasn’t as pleasant as usual. With a big storm coming in, while traveling, I got about 30 updates from almost every community I passed through. It got to be a joke every time another notification popped up. Yet another town with a Flood Watch, yippee! After a while I wanted to chuck the phone out of the window. Thank you for the 20 or so Flash Flood watches today, as well! It seemed we were getting an Flood watch alert in about every town from Johnson City TN to Atlanta GA. Granted, we travelled the Blue Ridge Pkwy to Asheville so when we’d get a signal, there was a new alert. I don’t know what I expected to get in the following mode, but I guess I didn’t expect to get all of those alerts. Unfortunately, all of the notifications from that day are gone and I have no idea how to get them back.
  • Always 76 degrees? May 4, 2018

    By Asdelia
    I used to love this app, and it always worked perfectly. Tracking storms as they come and go is really useful, as are the flooding alerts and such that are given for the area you’re looking at. However, for the past two months, the temperature shown in large font for my location has been incorrect. When it’s 30 degrees with a high of 40 degrees, the main number at the top is always in the 70s. Luckily, the hourly information further down is correct. It’s just frustrating to not know the correct temperature at a glance anymore. The exact location where this behavior is observed: Washington DC area. Main number at top says 70-80 degrees and sunny. Actual weather (at the time of the review) was 30-40 degrees and cloudy/sunny/rainy (occurred systematically regardless of weather). Currently, it reports 81 degrees sunny when the weather is more like 70 degrees and cloudy. Again, the hourly details are correct. It is only the top level number/image that has an error.
  • Tornado Alley user/fan with suggestions May 26, 2019

    By Tornado Alley Parent
    Like a lot of people who live in Tornado Alley, I have multiple notification systems. I use a phone call service for my home location, but I really like this app for: - Ability to set alerts for multiple locations (son’s summer camp, sister’s town, clients’ business locations etc.) - I live in a rural location and like being able to see the “big picture” of tornado-warned storms in my region. During a recent multi-day outbreak, I set a temporary alert on towns southwest of mine to get extra lead time on severe weather that might head my way. My suggestions would be to allow users to control which specific types of severe weather notifications sound an alert, I.e. ON for tornado warnings but OFF for tornado watches, per location. Right now there are about four types grouped together. When monitoring multiple locations (I.e. hospital clients), I really just want to know about tornado warnings, not watches & severe thunderstorm warnings. But when I’m monitoring my kids’ locations, I want to know all of the above. It’s hard to keep track of the important tornado warnings when the lock screen pops up & layers 10 notifications for renewed watches, T-Storm warnings, etc. Keep up the good work. Thanks.
  • Tracking weather Sep 20, 2017

    By CaroBabbo
    I have always liked tracking weather whether it be seeing incoming rain when I'm walking my dog or keeping track of a hurricane as it heads toward land (or not) or up the coast. I like that I can see predictions of a hurricane's progress. What I don't like is that as I tap on a forecast point I have to go through two levels. First the white rectangle that tells me little more than the storm's name and its intensity. Then I can get a full-page report of its name, intensity, projected wind speeds, and mapping coordinates. Then if I want to get a sense of how it's moving, I have to go back to the map and repeat the whole process. Tedious and not very efficient. How about the white rectangle actually giving useful tracking info rather than long spelled out labels? Category 3 = Cat3. The date and time of the forecast so I can very efficiently track along the path and get a sense of how fast it's moving and how it's gaining or losing strength. I like being able to bookmark locations so I can quickly check places where my kids live or to which I frequently travel. Last thing, even though I deleted the bookmark, the map defaults to a place (Gould, RI) that doesn't exist. How about I be able to designate one of my bookmarks (like my home) as the map default. It's coming close but it's missing the mark.
  • Works great! Jan 16, 2017

    By Momlovesames
    People were complaining about large location icons, fast radar time lapse, etc. Well guess what? There's options to change those in Settings! Just because you're not App Savvy doesn't mean you should give bad ratings and complain. I'm a 47 year-old single mother and if I can figure out what the circular gear icon symbol means and tap it to find the settings you can too! You can also choose map or satellite imagery, the degree of clarity on the coverage of the "clouds" so you can still see what city it is. Change the speed of the playback. How long do you want that red pin with the nice, visible print for the location to stay there? 10 seconds or 1 minute? I think there were 4 options. Those are just the ones I looked at before the "please rate the app" popped up. I really like it and find it functional, accurate (so far), and not too difficult for a grandmother to use. If you can't figure it out, get your kids to help. 😊
  • HPilot33 May 12, 2017

    By HPILOT33
    This is NOT like Any Other App! When You Find A Great RELIABLE Weather APP; You Tend to Use It as An Important TOOL as A Professional or Private Citizen! Responsive and Up To Date, Accuracy is Important! So Far This WX Radar Pro is Doing Great! I Concur with The Grand-Mother! If you have a "Head Space and Timing" Problem operating this App, get someone In The Family who is the Computer Genius/Guru to Help! Most Good Apps have a System Settings Gear like Icon to Customize the App! So before you give a Poor Rating; Please, Read The Instructions, and at least try To Communicate with The Developer's Tech Team! By The Way; When You Do Write or Rate Any App, You will have to Think about Organizing Your Thoughts and Complaints in a Constructive Manner! Don't Complain Just for the Sake of Complaining! Especially, If You don't Even Try Reading the Instructions or Communicating An Issue with a Valid Point(s) to Help These Developers Solve Any System or Application Issues!
  • May 9, 2021

    By Hailey Conti
    I love this app because it's awesome that I can see if we get severe weather like a Tornado warning or a watch
  • Reliable Apr 4, 2017

    By Who luvs ya baby
    I've had this app for sometime now. I must admit I was skeptical and doubted a weather app. Mainly because there are so many out there that well just plain stink. This one however is reliable and provides several tools to effectively forecast the weather. After almost 2 year I am very pleased with the app! Updated- 4/3/17, I've noticed that since about the December of 2016, the accuracy of forecast has been slipping. I check this app three or four times a day, and there have been times where the weather has totally changed in the matter of hours. This isn't isolated dates, it's occurring often, I wonder if they switched to a sub par monitoring system or something like that? If I am confusing you, let me put it this way. The iPhone weather app has been more reliable over this same period.
  • Apr 29, 2021

    By Nicole Rachelle
    This app is great for tornado conditions because you can see where the front is. The sirens where I used to live were always 5-10 minutes late, and this was one of my go to apps to help me cope w no reliable sirens. Now I use it for the same reason in a new state where we get good warnings but we get more frequent and worse tornadoes. I would love to turn on ONLY a loud tornado alert in the app with no other alerts, if the developers could give the kind of specificity in settings.
  • A good app.....for the most part Jun 11, 2018

    By therelybare
    I really like the usefulness of this app. I use it to keep track of storms and all of the watches/warnings. I travel a lot and I like having information about the areas I visit. That being said, today wasn’t as pleasant as usual. With a big storm coming in, while traveling, I got about 30 updates from almost every community I passed through. It got to be a joke every time another notification popped up. Yet another town with a Flood Watch, yippee! After a while I wanted to chuck the phone out of the window. Thank you for the 20 or so Flash Flood watches today, as well! It seemed we were getting an Flood watch alert in about every town from Johnson City TN to Atlanta GA. Granted, we travelled the Blue Ridge Pkwy to Asheville so when we’d get a signal, there was a new alert. I don’t know what I expected to get in the following mode, but I guess I didn’t expect to get all of those alerts. Unfortunately, all of the notifications from that day are gone and I have no idea how to get them back.
  • Always 76 degrees? May 4, 2018

    By Asdelia
    I used to love this app, and it always worked perfectly. Tracking storms as they come and go is really useful, as are the flooding alerts and such that are given for the area you’re looking at. However, for the past two months, the temperature shown in large font for my location has been incorrect. When it’s 30 degrees with a high of 40 degrees, the main number at the top is always in the 70s. Luckily, the hourly information further down is correct. It’s just frustrating to not know the correct temperature at a glance anymore. The exact location where this behavior is observed: Washington DC area. Main number at top says 70-80 degrees and sunny. Actual weather (at the time of the review) was 30-40 degrees and cloudy/sunny/rainy (occurred systematically regardless of weather). Currently, it reports 81 degrees sunny when the weather is more like 70 degrees and cloudy. Again, the hourly details are correct. It is only the top level number/image that has an error.
  • Tornado Alley user/fan with suggestions May 26, 2019

    By Tornado Alley Parent
    Like a lot of people who live in Tornado Alley, I have multiple notification systems. I use a phone call service for my home location, but I really like this app for: - Ability to set alerts for multiple locations (son’s summer camp, sister’s town, clients’ business locations etc.) - I live in a rural location and like being able to see the “big picture” of tornado-warned storms in my region. During a recent multi-day outbreak, I set a temporary alert on towns southwest of mine to get extra lead time on severe weather that might head my way. My suggestions would be to allow users to control which specific types of severe weather notifications sound an alert, I.e. ON for tornado warnings but OFF for tornado watches, per location. Right now there are about four types grouped together. When monitoring multiple locations (I.e. hospital clients), I really just want to know about tornado warnings, not watches & severe thunderstorm warnings. But when I’m monitoring my kids’ locations, I want to know all of the above. It’s hard to keep track of the important tornado warnings when the lock screen pops up & layers 10 notifications for renewed watches, T-Storm warnings, etc. Keep up the good work. Thanks.
  • Flexibility to configure forecast timing Jan 1, 2018

    By Boricua en la Luna y el Sol
    I used very effectively this app 2 years ago to predict the raining periods in Orlando’s theme parks, looking at raining trends real time within 40 minutes before to current time. This helped me determine whether staying indoors or outdoors, helping me enjoying the parks to the fullest. However, current version does not allow me to see the 40 minutes time frame, instead a fixed 24 hours. Now, I cannot determine whether staying indoors or outdoors effectively, as it is not precise and accurate enough for short time frames. I will be disappointed if the usual use I had is not reestablished. I have tried too many times the configuration settings without success. If problem is solved, I will give 5 stars back to the app.
  • May 4, 2021

    By Steve Dell
    WARNING: Do not buy premium.. mine stops working all the time and it's super frustrating!!!
  • Good idea, poor delivery May 27, 2017

    By ttabacchi
    I have to say that after using this app compared to the multitude of other weather notification apps that I have, I am not impressed at all. I live in Savannah, GA where we get some pretty bad weather from time to time and I like to know when that weather is on my back door. Just recently we had a mild tornado outbreak, as well as a slew of severe thunderstorms. Of all of the apps that I have for weather with the notifications turned on, NOAA was the very last app to give me a notification that the storm was happening, and at times that notification was almost an hour after the storm had passed. If this was the only app that I had giving me notifications, my family and myself could have wound up seriously injured or worse if just one of those tornado producing storms had hit my house and I was relying on this app. The sad thing is that this is a paid app, that I purchased for a little bit of reassurance during bad weather to give me some piece of mind and the only thing it has done is make me more weary about severe weather in my area. And for anyone that reads this and is wondering, this has not been the only time that the app has been extremely delayed in letting me know that there was bad weather approaching. It happened in April, as well as January, during the tornado outbreak across GA. So basically, it's not a fluke.
  • May 7, 2021

    By David McFalls
    For the past week I've got an error can't retrieve data and service not available try again later.
  • Storm spotter, not a fan Jul 11, 2018

    By Lge501
    I'm a certified storm spotter and have chased some of the largest storms on record for the Oklahoma area. The notifications are great. The radar, not so great. I use the free app of weatherbug that seems to be more accurate. I still chase storms in Las Vegas and have noticed that weatherbug shows more information and more accurate information. Looking at the radar on both apps, I prefer weatherbug. I've missed a few storms due to the inaccurate radar information. They seem to be behind. It all could be accredited to what your use to. I'm use to radar that shows everything at realtime. Hook echo is very difficult to read on this app. I've been in the center of a large storm and pulled up NOAA. The radar said the storm wasn't over my location. I pulled up weatherbug and it showed me otherwise. The accuracy was much better and easier to read. I’ve also compared the radar to several other sources. Including The Weather Channel website and app, Apple weather, and AccuWeather and weather bug . The NOAA map will tell you the system is weaker than it actually is. Not good!!!
  • Apr 13, 2021

    By Chris Sanford
    The radar works well, lots of overlay options. But not very useful otherwise. They just had an update to include a rain tracker which I was excited to see, but they neglected to tell you where that feature is or how to use it? I still don't know. I got an alert saying it was new, opened the app and everything is the same. Another gripe is I went to contact them via the help menu and tapping on "contact us" and it just copies your phone info to clipboard? What?
  • 1 star by comparison to other noaa radar apps Jul 24, 2017

    By Serenityx1234029483828
    If another noaa radar app wasn't out there offering heaps more functionality (for a similar price) then I might give this app more stars. Currently I can not find a feature in this app that offers layouts for a temperature map, wind speed, water temperature, and even a storm path layout, as is available in another app similar to this one. All I see is the option to view information for specific locations by entering/tapping around a location. The only layout I can find is storm coverage (by layout I dont mean satellite view..) Sad to see this app charging people over 4$ (3.99 at 30% off??) for what? Notification functionality? On the other hand the widget and notification features are a strong point in this app.. But notifications require location services to be ALWAYS ON and as you see on first opening the app their is a big fat privacy star next to this. If your fine with your location being used for ad content then you might not consider this a con. Anyways I hope apple doesn't decide to hide this under the thousand or so other reviews this app has like it does with all my reviews.
  • Apr 24, 2021

    By Wildfire_ag55
    Its an easy to use app that looks good but it is extremely inaccurate when it comes to weather forecasts and even current conditions. I have been using 3 weather apps to see how accurate they are and this is the only paid app in the group, and the other two will say conditions are similar and relatively accurate while this app is way off. I would not recommend this app at all.
  • May 4, 2021

    By sharon hittle
    This app kept losing connectivity... We are having tornado war ings right now and the map is showing weather in the wrong place
  • Apr 12, 2021

    By R. F.
    The app is great, but I can't use it on my other device(s). I'm logged in to Google at and download the app, but asks me to pay again or start new trial. No way to restore purchase it seems. Also the radar used to show predictive weather for the upcoming hours, and now only shows the past up until now.
  • Apr 28, 2021

    By Penny Baker
    I just downloaded and paid $4.99 for your app and it was useless. We had a tornado warning 11 miles away from me and your app never did an alert or even mentioned it. Thank goodness for a free app I had or I would have never know! I am beyond angry, I paid for your app because of this. I live in a place where this time of year tornadoes are a problem and for your app to not even recognize that this was going on is not only frustrating but incredibly dangerous!!!

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  • img Expert
    1. Simple & effective UI! Completely customizable real-time radar gives you everything you need to know at a single glance
    2. Know what will happen a week ahead of time! Use super accurate 24-hour & 7-day weather forecast for any location you want
    3. It's a perfect fit! Receive live-updates via the resizable widget that will go perfectly with any screen size

    Reviewed by Antonio Rozich on April 5, 2018

  • Tracking weather Sep 20, 2017

    By CaroBabbo
    I have always liked tracking weather whether it be seeing incoming rain when I'm walking my dog or keeping track of a hurricane as it heads toward land (or not) or up the coast. I like that I can see predictions of a hurricane's progress. What I don't like is that as I tap on a forecast point I have to go through two levels. First the white rectangle that tells me little more than the storm's name and its intensity. Then I can get a full-page report of its name, intensity, projected wind speeds, and mapping coordinates. Then if I want to get a sense of how it's moving, I have to go back to the map and repeat the whole process. Tedious and not very efficient. How about the white rectangle actually giving useful tracking info rather than long spelled out labels? Category 3 = Cat3. The date and time of the forecast so I can very efficiently track along the path and get a sense of how fast it's moving and how it's gaining or losing strength. I like being able to bookmark locations so I can quickly check places where my kids live or to which I frequently travel. Last thing, even though I deleted the bookmark, the map defaults to a place (Gould, RI) that doesn't exist. How about I be able to designate one of my bookmarks (like my home) as the map default. It's coming close but it's missing the mark.
  • Works great! Jan 16, 2017

    By Momlovesames
    People were complaining about large location icons, fast radar time lapse, etc. Well guess what? There's options to change those in Settings! Just because you're not App Savvy doesn't mean you should give bad ratings and complain. I'm a 47 year-old single mother and if I can figure out what the circular gear icon symbol means and tap it to find the settings you can too! You can also choose map or satellite imagery, the degree of clarity on the coverage of the "clouds" so you can still see what city it is. Change the speed of the playback. How long do you want that red pin with the nice, visible print for the location to stay there? 10 seconds or 1 minute? I think there were 4 options. Those are just the ones I looked at before the "please rate the app" popped up. I really like it and find it functional, accurate (so far), and not too difficult for a grandmother to use. If you can't figure it out, get your kids to help. 😊
  • HPilot33 May 12, 2017

    By HPILOT33
    This is NOT like Any Other App! When You Find A Great RELIABLE Weather APP; You Tend to Use It as An Important TOOL as A Professional or Private Citizen! Responsive and Up To Date, Accuracy is Important! So Far This WX Radar Pro is Doing Great! I Concur with The Grand-Mother! If you have a "Head Space and Timing" Problem operating this App, get someone In The Family who is the Computer Genius/Guru to Help! Most Good Apps have a System Settings Gear like Icon to Customize the App! So before you give a Poor Rating; Please, Read The Instructions, and at least try To Communicate with The Developer's Tech Team! By The Way; When You Do Write or Rate Any App, You will have to Think about Organizing Your Thoughts and Complaints in a Constructive Manner! Don't Complain Just for the Sake of Complaining! Especially, If You don't Even Try Reading the Instructions or Communicating An Issue with a Valid Point(s) to Help These Developers Solve Any System or Application Issues!
  • May 9, 2021

    By Hailey Conti
    I love this app because it's awesome that I can see if we get severe weather like a Tornado warning or a watch
  • Reliable Apr 4, 2017

    By Who luvs ya baby
    I've had this app for sometime now. I must admit I was skeptical and doubted a weather app. Mainly because there are so many out there that well just plain stink. This one however is reliable and provides several tools to effectively forecast the weather. After almost 2 year I am very pleased with the app! Updated- 4/3/17, I've noticed that since about the December of 2016, the accuracy of forecast has been slipping. I check this app three or four times a day, and there have been times where the weather has totally changed in the matter of hours. This isn't isolated dates, it's occurring often, I wonder if they switched to a sub par monitoring system or something like that? If I am confusing you, let me put it this way. The iPhone weather app has been more reliable over this same period.
  • Apr 29, 2021

    By Nicole Rachelle
    This app is great for tornado conditions because you can see where the front is. The sirens where I used to live were always 5-10 minutes late, and this was one of my go to apps to help me cope w no reliable sirens. Now I use it for the same reason in a new state where we get good warnings but we get more frequent and worse tornadoes. I would love to turn on ONLY a loud tornado alert in the app with no other alerts, if the developers could give the kind of specificity in settings.
  • Tornado Alley user/fan with suggestions May 26, 2019

    By Tornado Alley Parent
    Like a lot of people who live in Tornado Alley, I have multiple notification systems. I use a phone call service for my home location, but I really like this app for: - Ability to set alerts for multiple locations (son’s summer camp, sister’s town, clients’ business locations etc.) - I live in a rural location and like being able to see the “big picture” of tornado-warned storms in my region. During a recent multi-day outbreak, I set a temporary alert on towns southwest of mine to get extra lead time on severe weather that might head my way. My suggestions would be to allow users to control which specific types of severe weather notifications sound an alert, I.e. ON for tornado warnings but OFF for tornado watches, per location. Right now there are about four types grouped together. When monitoring multiple locations (I.e. hospital clients), I really just want to know about tornado warnings, not watches & severe thunderstorm warnings. But when I’m monitoring my kids’ locations, I want to know all of the above. It’s hard to keep track of the important tornado warnings when the lock screen pops up & layers 10 notifications for renewed watches, T-Storm warnings, etc. Keep up the good work. Thanks.
  • Flexibility to configure forecast timing Jan 1, 2018

    By Boricua en la Luna y el Sol
    I used very effectively this app 2 years ago to predict the raining periods in Orlando’s theme parks, looking at raining trends real time within 40 minutes before to current time. This helped me determine whether staying indoors or outdoors, helping me enjoying the parks to the fullest. However, current version does not allow me to see the 40 minutes time frame, instead a fixed 24 hours. Now, I cannot determine whether staying indoors or outdoors effectively, as it is not precise and accurate enough for short time frames. I will be disappointed if the usual use I had is not reestablished. I have tried too many times the configuration settings without success. If problem is solved, I will give 5 stars back to the app.
  • Clean and clear weather information at your fingertips Apr 2, 2017

    By The Kitchen Witch
    Like so many others, I also migrated to NOAA Radar Pro from the Storm app after they reverted to an ad-only version. Too bad. It was very nice and used crowd sourcing for exceptional data. This app is exceptionally clean in appearance. It's something you're not likely to think about until five flavors of weather hit your area at the same time and everything gets cluttered up. The option to view as a road map format or satellite view is great, especially if you're traveling. Everything is presented in an easy to see and logical manner with numerous options for display. This is important for those of us who don't have the best of vision. Great job on a great app!
  • Much improved over the past year Sep 20, 2017

    By Alamocity1
    I admittedly found some flaws about a year ago when I started using this app but they have been responsive and I'm very pleased with what I see now. The greatest function of this app is you don't have to put up with all the gloom and doom on the weather channels. It's a direct feed from NOAA so we don't get all the extra could be this could be that stuff. Living in Florida now, this was my way of staying in touch with what was going on with Irma. When our power went out it was the only way I had of keeping up with what was going on with Irma. I got the pro version because I don't like to be interrupted by commercials on TV or on my phone it was well worth it.
  • Mar 10, 2021

    By John Oberly
    Seems like the developer has ironed out issues with subscriptions and the current subscription price feels worth it for the service. The app works really well and I get relevant weather notifications from it. Sometimes the design of the app feels a bit "busy" but it doesn't get in the way of getting up to date weather information from it.
  • Great app Mar 3, 2017

    By Pilot/CFI - Denton
    I just recently downloaded this app because another app that I really liked - ahem "Storm" ahem - is no longer ad free. I am a corporate pilot and freelance flight instructor so having weather information readily available at my fingertips comes in very handy especially when I'm sitting at some Podunk airport out in the middle of nowhere. Just a few suggestions: 1.) add aviation layers such as AIRMETS, SIGMETS, and Convective SIGMETS and 2.) allow us to change the color of the saved pin locations. The purple pinhead tends to blend into some of the warning/advisory boxes. 3.) have a section for textual weather discussions and synopsis. All in all though this is a great app. I have yet to find an all inclusive weather app that does it all, but this one has a good layout and is easy to use.
  • Works Just Great in Tornado Alley May 20, 2018

    By Totally Essex up
    I got it because I live in Tornado Alley. In the Spring we have many severe thunderstorms per month and sometimes as many as 2 tornado warnings a week. I like that the radar comes right up and I can get an idea what is coming my way. Also I have found that the alert on the app comes on just about the same time as our county tornado alert siren just down the block. If you go to the settings you can adjust many options to fit your needs. I travel lots and it alerts me to weather in my location without having to reset it all the time. You can also set alerts for several towns so you know what's happening weather wise with out of town children or vacation homes.
  • A good app.....for the most part Jun 11, 2018

    By therelybare
    I really like the usefulness of this app. I use it to keep track of storms and all of the watches/warnings. I travel a lot and I like having information about the areas I visit. That being said, today wasn’t as pleasant as usual. With a big storm coming in, while traveling, I got about 30 updates from almost every community I passed through. It got to be a joke every time another notification popped up. Yet another town with a Flood Watch, yippee! After a while I wanted to chuck the phone out of the window. Thank you for the 20 or so Flash Flood watches today, as well! It seemed we were getting an Flood watch alert in about every town from Johnson City TN to Atlanta GA. Granted, we travelled the Blue Ridge Pkwy to Asheville so when we’d get a signal, there was a new alert. I don’t know what I expected to get in the following mode, but I guess I didn’t expect to get all of those alerts. Unfortunately, all of the notifications from that day are gone and I have no idea how to get them back.
  • Always 76 degrees? May 4, 2018

    By Asdelia
    I used to love this app, and it always worked perfectly. Tracking storms as they come and go is really useful, as are the flooding alerts and such that are given for the area you’re looking at. However, for the past two months, the temperature shown in large font for my location has been incorrect. When it’s 30 degrees with a high of 40 degrees, the main number at the top is always in the 70s. Luckily, the hourly information further down is correct. It’s just frustrating to not know the correct temperature at a glance anymore. The exact location where this behavior is observed: Washington DC area. Main number at top says 70-80 degrees and sunny. Actual weather (at the time of the review) was 30-40 degrees and cloudy/sunny/rainy (occurred systematically regardless of weather). Currently, it reports 81 degrees sunny when the weather is more like 70 degrees and cloudy. Again, the hourly details are correct. It is only the top level number/image that has an error.
  • Beautiful graphics, but slow May 23, 2019

    By geojen_
    A squall line just passed over my area and I was looking out for tornado watches/warnings using this app and twitter. The storm got really strong and I thought there must have been a tornado watch even though I didn’t see it on the app. I saw the warning on twitter a full minute and a half to two minutes faster than on the app thanks to capital weather gang retweeting the national weather service tornado page. Luckily my area was fine, but if it wasn’t, those two minutes could’ve made a big difference. Also it’s great to see the progression of storms in the radar over the course of the last 30 minutes, but when the storm is happening, you really don’t need that much info—you just need to know what’s happening now. Would be nice if you could narrow in on the last 10 minutes. Maybe that could be a setting?
  • Good idea, poor delivery May 27, 2017

    By ttabacchi
    I have to say that after using this app compared to the multitude of other weather notification apps that I have, I am not impressed at all. I live in Savannah, GA where we get some pretty bad weather from time to time and I like to know when that weather is on my back door. Just recently we had a mild tornado outbreak, as well as a slew of severe thunderstorms. Of all of the apps that I have for weather with the notifications turned on, NOAA was the very last app to give me a notification that the storm was happening, and at times that notification was almost an hour after the storm had passed. If this was the only app that I had giving me notifications, my family and myself could have wound up seriously injured or worse if just one of those tornado producing storms had hit my house and I was relying on this app. The sad thing is that this is a paid app, that I purchased for a little bit of reassurance during bad weather to give me some piece of mind and the only thing it has done is make me more weary about severe weather in my area. And for anyone that reads this and is wondering, this has not been the only time that the app has been extremely delayed in letting me know that there was bad weather approaching. It happened in April, as well as January, during the tornado outbreak across GA. So basically, it's not a fluke.
  • May 7, 2021

    By David McFalls
    For the past week I've got an error can't retrieve data and service not available try again later.
  • Storm spotter, not a fan Jul 11, 2018

    By Lge501
    I'm a certified storm spotter and have chased some of the largest storms on record for the Oklahoma area. The notifications are great. The radar, not so great. I use the free app of weatherbug that seems to be more accurate. I still chase storms in Las Vegas and have noticed that weatherbug shows more information and more accurate information. Looking at the radar on both apps, I prefer weatherbug. I've missed a few storms due to the inaccurate radar information. They seem to be behind. It all could be accredited to what your use to. I'm use to radar that shows everything at realtime. Hook echo is very difficult to read on this app. I've been in the center of a large storm and pulled up NOAA. The radar said the storm wasn't over my location. I pulled up weatherbug and it showed me otherwise. The accuracy was much better and easier to read. I’ve also compared the radar to several other sources. Including The Weather Channel website and app, Apple weather, and AccuWeather and weather bug . The NOAA map will tell you the system is weaker than it actually is. Not good!!!
  • Apr 13, 2021

    By Chris Sanford
    The radar works well, lots of overlay options. But not very useful otherwise. They just had an update to include a rain tracker which I was excited to see, but they neglected to tell you where that feature is or how to use it? I still don't know. I got an alert saying it was new, opened the app and everything is the same. Another gripe is I went to contact them via the help menu and tapping on "contact us" and it just copies your phone info to clipboard? What?
  • Apr 12, 2021

    By R. F.
    The app is great, but I can't use it on my other device(s). I'm logged in to Google at and download the app, but asks me to pay again or start new trial. No way to restore purchase it seems. Also the radar used to show predictive weather for the upcoming hours, and now only shows the past up until now.
  • Mar 11, 2021

    By Steven Riggle
    I'm not sure what happened but the app no longer updates the temperature at the top of my phone and there is no way to turn it off. Gives me random location temperatures like "The North Atlantic". As a Premium Subscriber I'm very disappointed and your rating just went from 5 to 2 stars. Seems the ship is sailing with no one at the helm. Please fix it or I'm done with it.
  • Feb 14, 2021

    By Jim Lauderdale
    An annual subscription at that rate is outrageous and the app is not even easy to use. I've already reached out to other weather apps to try and tell them give people an option on what they are looking at. I grew up on a farm and me and my father still chat about what is going on in the weather regularly because it effects us both. Not being able to see the jet stream, focusing in on our location instead of it being on the east side of the screen, and forcing us to watch a future forecast
  • Mar 16, 2021

    By Thomas Sears
    I run a construction company and thought this app would be a reliable, quick way to plan around the weather and plan my week out. I was wrong. I can check this app four times in a day and the forecast will have changed four times. I would say it's about a 50/50 chance of rain when they are forecasting. Extremely aggravating.
  • May 4, 2021

    By Steve Dell
    WARNING: Do not buy premium.. mine stops working all the time and it's super frustrating!!!
  • 1 star by comparison to other noaa radar apps Jul 24, 2017

    By Serenityx1234029483828
    If another noaa radar app wasn't out there offering heaps more functionality (for a similar price) then I might give this app more stars. Currently I can not find a feature in this app that offers layouts for a temperature map, wind speed, water temperature, and even a storm path layout, as is available in another app similar to this one. All I see is the option to view information for specific locations by entering/tapping around a location. The only layout I can find is storm coverage (by layout I dont mean satellite view..) Sad to see this app charging people over 4$ (3.99 at 30% off??) for what? Notification functionality? On the other hand the widget and notification features are a strong point in this app.. But notifications require location services to be ALWAYS ON and as you see on first opening the app their is a big fat privacy star next to this. If your fine with your location being used for ad content then you might not consider this a con. Anyways I hope apple doesn't decide to hide this under the thousand or so other reviews this app has like it does with all my reviews.
  • Apr 24, 2021

    By Wildfire_ag55
    Its an easy to use app that looks good but it is extremely inaccurate when it comes to weather forecasts and even current conditions. I have been using 3 weather apps to see how accurate they are and this is the only paid app in the group, and the other two will say conditions are similar and relatively accurate while this app is way off. I would not recommend this app at all.
  • May 4, 2021

    By sharon hittle
    This app kept losing connectivity... We are having tornado war ings right now and the map is showing weather in the wrong place
  • Apr 28, 2021

    By Penny Baker
    I just downloaded and paid $4.99 for your app and it was useless. We had a tornado warning 11 miles away from me and your app never did an alert or even mentioned it. Thank goodness for a free app I had or I would have never know! I am beyond angry, I paid for your app because of this. I live in a place where this time of year tornadoes are a problem and for your app to not even recognize that this was going on is not only frustrating but incredibly dangerous!!!
  • Feb 15, 2021

    By Matthew Burcham
    Very confusing to use. No easy interface and cannot tell what's going on with the map. My free weather apps are 10x better and easy-to-use unlike this one. Also very sneaky billing thought I was getting a discount for 83cents a month, clicked and it was for an annual subscription. I would rather pay 83 cents a month since the annual is too high.
  • Mar 25, 2021

    By Kimball Tucker
    If you are in tornado country this is not a good app. Weather will only update every 30 minutes. By then you may be dead or injured. I paid for this because the free version was difficult to see due to adds.. so I bought it only to find out that the weather updates were so infrequent it was not useful for tornado activity. I would like my money back but not sure how to make that happen..
  • Mar 11, 2021

    By Jake Mooshian
    It's NOT easy to use. The ads & paid subscription walls are NOT a minor inconvenience, they are major enough not to use this app. ALL the information provided in this app, (even paid features) is easily available for free, & this app presents it in a non user friendly interface. Free weather portals provide better quality than the paid version. There is ZERO reason to subscribe to this. You can technically reject the subscription, but it is sneaky in attempting to trick people into paying.
  • Feb 16, 2021

    By Tim Sevcik
    The app installs a screen that sets up auto three day subscription purchase or a trial auto renewal. You cannot back out of this screen...need to reboot. Based on the support team response I am clarifying my review. I installed an app which indicated no charge. Launching the app I get a screen which forces me to subscribe unless I reboot. I will be charged in 3 days for what was supposed to be a free app. So after this deception why should I believe cancellation would work? Buyer beware.
  • Apr 28, 2021

    By Michael Horne
    You must have a credit card to try it out, prepay by the month or year, if it actually did what all it says then it's probably worth the price but like so many other apps you don't know until you try it. Read the permissions required to use any app here on the play store they are unreasonable and violate you constitutional rights, by using some apps you give up your rights, read them all, most of which you can not block, there are two sets one you think you can control but read all permissions

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