Want to know the apps or websites we use to track down storms? Then this video is absolutely the video for you!
There are numerous weather apps on the market, and also numerous weather radar apps. The simple truth is, you might not be using the best app to track weather — but this video will help clarify your approach with three suggestions. Now these apps are not necessarily free, but we are strong believers that you get what you pay for.
Also, we’ll break down two websites we use to track weather patterns and storm setups as well.
Check out the video and let us know the apps you use in the comments!
Radar Omega! Got it thanks…. I really appreciate it!! $8.99
This video really help me. I also recommend AWeather android app. You can check out and download on CH PLay
Thanks I had no idea the website was active again I hadn't received any notifications. Looks like I'm about 4 or 5 videos behind. Anyways Thanks for posting videos again I always enjoy them.
good job friend
Hi TT could you maybe do a vid on identify/chasing storms without radar here in South Africa we dont have access to radar :(
I'd like to add Levi Cowan's Tropical tidbits as well. It's a bit more Tropical focused, but has a nice models section.
Wx app is a great app it is free has a help screen on most that explains what it is
Radar Scope is well worth the $10 a year
Question from the back (naturally): Was the case for six arms in MLB ever ruled upon? I must've missed that notification.(I originally had a stupid iPhone vs. iPad question, but I figured it out by the time the video was over… iPad all the way.)
i love raderscope but i did not buy it yet
oh Eta lol
I wish I could use RadarScope but sadly after reading the description on RadarScope, it does not show the radar for the UK (which is where I live) ?Is there an app that is similar to RadarScope but only for the UK?