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Just a short while back, it was quite shiny. Suddenly, it turned cloudy and started raining cats and dogs! Caught completely off-guarded in the middle of severe weather conditions. Sorry for this time, I'll be extra cautious next time to not just stay safe but also prevent the memorable trips from getting battered by the weather God. Great realization mate! Pick out one of these best weather apps for iPhone and iPad to enormously help your cause.

With these superior weather apps for iOS, you can keep an eye on meteorological conditions in the easiest possible manner. They can be ideally customized to suits your needs better. Through the push-notifications, you can remain alerted about changing conditions and face them with better preparation.

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Best iPhone Weather Apps

We take our usual stroll through the store to find out the best weather apps for the iPhone. Turns out there are dozens of them. I ended up selecting them based on – not their apparent popularity – but on the looks and the info they present.

Best Weather Apps for iPhone

#1. What The Forecast

What The Forecast iPhone App IconStay updated about upcoming weather conditions wherever and whenever you are. 6657 phrases perfectly describe the current weather. You can also listen to the latest meteorological conditions in different voices. Take the full advantage of accurate weather reports from Dark Sky to remain safe.

The app provides daily forecasts for 7 days. Tracks hourly forecasts for 48 hours. You can also check out Precipitation forecasts for the next hour.

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Price: Free
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#2. Dark Sky Weather

Dark Sky Weather iPhone App IconInstantly find out when it's going to rain and be prepared to encounter it. You can easily create forecasts for your precise location to have latest predictions for the next hour and hour-by-hour forecasts for the next day and week.

With the use of the radar animation, you can find out the actual path of the storm. Get the minute-by-minute alerts about the impending rain for your exact location. You will also receive notifications for severe weather alerts for situations like thunderstorms, flooding, and hurricanes. Even better, you can create your own custom notifications for temperature, the wind, precipitation, etc.

Price: $3.99
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#3. RadarScope

RadarScope iPhone App IconRadarScope is packed with a number of superior features that allow you to keep a tab on weather conditions effortlessly. Check out NEXRAD Level 3, latest radar data along with Tornado, severe thunderstorm, flash flood warnings as well as forecasted storm tracks issued by the US National Weather Service. It retrieves and shows up updated data automatically almost every 2 to 10 minutes.

You will view 156 different NEXRAD (next generation radar) sites. Tap on the location button to report it to the Spotter Network.

You can tap on the play button to download and animate the recent images. The app displays the names of more than 25,000 cities and towns on the. You will also tap and hold the color legend to view the data values.

Price: $9.99
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#4. AccuWeather

AccuWeather iPhone App IconTrusted by millions of users worldwide for getting to know the accurate weather, AccuWeather is a must have if you want to keep a tab on the ever-changing weather conditions with optimum convenience. The weather app provides forecasts in over 100 languages and dialects, more than any private or government source. Receive the latest news and information.

You will receive up-to-the-minute precipitation forecast for the next two hours which would be hyper-localised to your precise street address or GPS location. View the animated radar and satellite imagery to find out where the stormy weather is heading towards. Besides, watch the videos to quickly access the important information.

Price: Free
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#5. CARROT Weather

CARROT Weather iPhone App IconI find CARROT Weather very effective. This is precisely what you would want to promptly access the accurate and detailed weather-related information. You will keep a track on hourly, daily and currents atmospheric predictions.

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Glance through the radar and satellite on the live map to find out the upcoming weather conditions and plan your events accordingly. It has various themes for different weather conditions. With the iMessage app, you can promptly share forecasts with your friends.

Price: $3.99
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#6. The Weather Channel

The Weather Channel iPhone App Icon“The Weather Channel” provides accurate forecasts and local weather alerts to keep you updated about the conditions. It shows hourly, daily, weekly, weekend or fortnightly forecasts. The dynamic home screen changes depending on your location and time of the day. You can track and read detailed weather information about several locations around the world to plan your picnic in a better way and avoid being caught in bad weather.

Price: Free
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#7. WeatherBug

WeatherBug iPhone App IconWith the largest weather network, WeatherBug is a top weather app for iPhone. It offers correct forecasts real-time alerts. You can check out the Doppler radar across United States, Mexico, Canada, Alaska & Hawaii. The earth networks total lighting technology is equipped to show radar of multiple international locations. There are 18 weather maps to let you visualize weather conditions a lot easier. The real-time conditions not only help you save your plenty of time but also let you better plan your day.

Price: Free
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#8. Weather Underground

Having more than 200,000 personal weather stations, this app delivers exact forecasts and current weather conditions about your local area. The important weather data like temperature, visibility, wind speed and direction, humidity, etc. show you the real picture of the weather. You can monitor air quality, UV risk and even local flu outbreaks using the health tile. The sunrise/sunset tile tells you when the first and last light will happen.

Price: Free
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#9. Yahoo Weather

Thanks to accurate forecasts and the ability to let you track the weather conditions of your favorite cities and destinations, Yahoo has long been one of the best weather apps. It offers all the details such as pressure, wind, and chance of precipitation about weather conditions. You can browse the interactive map, satellite, and radar to easily track weather. The daily notifications help you plan your day smartly.

Price: Free
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#10. Clear Day

Clear Day iPhone App IconClear Day is precisely the kind of gorgeous and yet simple app that you'd like to see when you want to check the weather. It's intuitive with its background corresponding to the type of weather. In a concrete jungle, a pleasant eighty wouldn't mean much but looking at lush green grass definitely, brings a refreshing wave of a feeling. That's precisely what Clear Day does.

Price: Free
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#11. Weathershot

Weathershot iPhone App IconWeathershot is something you'd have heard by now. All this “Instagramming” has made anything that's ‘Insta'-tagged work wonders for its marketing. It is an app that lets you overlay weather information beautifully on any photo that you click. It's not a weather app per se, but you can call it that if you wish. Weathershot is a cool app because I like their typography.

Price: Free
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Your Favorite Weather App?

So, these are my top weather apps for iOS! All of them are so good that it's difficult to put one ahead of others. Which one have you chosen to stay updated about the latest atmospheric conditions? It would be great to know your pick.

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Dhvanesh Adhiya is our editor-in-chief and reviewer who takes care of iGeeksBlog.com. He is passionate for wonderful apps that change the way your iPhone interacts in your life.

  • Gav Ster

    not forgetting the “not always right” Met office app