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Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by mills23, Apr 4, 2011.

  1. mills23

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    Looking for an app that shows the weather in your area, not just your town but your street. Most weather maps only show your town not your location. This is more for the radar than anything else.
     

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    There are some radars that works detailed on a specific country/area, so it is better to look for such apps.
    Anyway, try My-Cast Weather.
     
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    I use Weather Bug. You can zoom in on the radar. The Weather Channel app is also good.
     
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    I know it sounds crazy but here in ky the counties are big and everything in them is spread out, so I'm not exactly sure where in the county I am located since I moved. Yesterday there was tornado warnings in this county and I couldn't tell where exactly. Thats why I'm looking for more of a street level radar.
     
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    Welcome to Weather Underground : Weather Underground Enter your zip or address and it will choose the closest monitoring station and show an X on the radar map, that X is you...or darn close to you.
    I have a short-cut on my home screen for it (mobile site is quick to load), radar is good and it's about as local as local can get.
     
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    You can find your location on a map by using the GPS and Google Maps. After that, you should be able to zoom in on the radar of one of the other apps mentioned.
     

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