Free Weather Apps

Alabama Saf-T-Net – Baron

This free app from Baron is designed for residents of Alabama. It allows for the user to set up to four different locations and receive up-to-date information for each one. Users can also select how they would like to be notified of impending severe weather.

Red Cross Tornado App – American Red Cross

This free app from the American Red Cross is designed around providing an alert system for tornadoes. It alerts the user to the presence of a tornado near their location and also provides up-to-date tracking of the event.

FEMA Mobile App – FEMA

This free app from the Federal Emergency Management Agency is designed to help users stay safe in an emergency with up-to-date information and warning systems.

MyRadar NOAA Weather Radar

This free app (with paid upgrade features) shows high resolution radar imagery all over the U.S. It will alert users when there is a warning for their area.

Paid Weather Apps

iMap Weather Radio – Weather Decision Technologies, Inc.

For $4.99, iMap Weather Radio will send any watches, advisories and warnings to your mobile device based on your location. Users can also listen to local forecasts while they are on the move.

MyWarn – Weather Apps, LLC

For $9.99, MyWarn also acts as a NOAA Weather Radio and sends users watches, warnings and any other information regarding severe weather straight to their mobile device based on their location.

MyRadar NOAA Weather Radar

This is a free app with an optional upgrade price. This app shows high resolution radar imagery all over the U.S. It will alert users when there is a warning for their area. When users upgrade, it takes away all ads and gives additional features.

RadarScope – Base Velocity LLC

Also for $9.99, RadarScope is an app highly recommended by a number of meteorologists that allows users to view NEXRAD Level 3 and super resolution radar data, along with severe weather watches and warnings, and predicted storm tracks from the National Weather Service.