WeatherBug is a weather-forecasting app for various platforms. You can track actual feel temperature, see whether it will rain, experience a blizzard, or see live webcams and lightning tracking globally, among other things.
The app collects weather information based on your GPS signal, informing you of air temperature, humidity, dew point, atmospheric pressure, cloudiness, pollen levels, and more.
The app can provide local, national, and even global weather news at your fingertips!
Track any condition
- North American Doppler Radar: Doppler radar across the US, Canada, Mexico, Alaska & Hawaii
- PulseRad® Radar: radar for many international locations using patented Earth Networks Total Lightning Network® technology.
- Spark Lightning Alerts: get minute-by-minute, mile-by-mile lightning proximity alerts.
- Hurricane Center: hurricane forecasts and changing conditions
- Winter Weather: Plan with our 10-day snow depth forecast and stay safe in severe winter conditions with our real-time snow storm alerts
More than just rain
- Pollen Count: Keep your allergies in check by knowing what the local pollen conditions are like
- Real-Time Traffic Conditions: View local traffic conditions to better plan your day
- Air Quality: Get an in-depth look at the air quality around you
- Precise Weather Details: Wind speed, UV index, weather observations, and more
Fastest weather alerts
- Get notified of severe weather 50% faster with our Dangerous Thunderstorm Alerts. Receive all NWS and NOAA watches and warnings
Ever wondered what the conditions will be like outside your home this weekend? Or where it might rain? Well, now you can find out with WeatherBug. It’s your one-stop shop for weather updates and forecasts all in one place.
As you use WeatherBug, you’ll be able to see: which direction the wind blows, how much precipitation is coming down, and where it’ll fall. You can also track any conditions you want and get real-time alerts when it’s about to change.
The next time you’re stuck inside because of rain, snow, or other weather conditions, check out WeatherBug to see if the forecast has changed.