Do you have a Windows Phone? If so, we've got some good news.
You can now get the Accuweather App for Windows Phone from the Windows Marketplace. And the best part? It's absolutely free.
"AccuWeather for Windows Phone 7 will offer accurate, localized and detailed weather news and information in a modern and clean format," said Pascal Racheneur, AccuWeather Vice President of Interactive Media. "...the app uses the rich Windows Phone 7 Developer Tools to create a dynamic application that provides users with easy access to everything they need to plan their day."
Severe weather alerts are now available right in the palm of your hand. Also, you can now enjoy multiple weather displays, including animated radar and satellite maps, Bing Maps and current weather videos in both English and Spanish.
Detailed forecasts are brought to you with stunning clarity and an easy to use interface, only on your Windows Phone!
Panoramic views are available with a simple swipe of the finger, and you can store up to seven locations and your current GPS location with nicknaming capability so you'll always be in the know of your local weather.
But, what kind of information can you get in your forecast? Well, you'll get location name and time, temperature, wind speed, wind gust speed, wind direction, humidity, visibility, UV index, cloud cover, pressure and times for sunrise and sunset.
The app provides accurate and localized forecasts for locations worldwide and updates each hour. Hourly forecasts are available for up to 24 hours while day and night weather forecasts are available for the next 10 days.
Day and night weather forecasts include lots of information like Accuweather's very own RealFeel® temperatures. RealFeel® temperatures describe the actual feeling of the weather outside based on eight key weather variables.
So, go check out the Windows Marketplace and download the Accuweather app right now, totally free. It's the best deal in mobile weather.
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Several tornado reports have come out of the Midwest this evening, impacting areas around Wichita and Oklahoma City.
There were 22 reported tornadoes on Saturday with the tornado threat remaining through the weekend.
A slow-moving storm resulted in a week of below-normal temperatures that will likely continue into the week.
Heavy rain returning to the northern Plains will generate a renewed flood threat for the Red River.
See how far away severe thunderstorms are as we monitor the severe weather with these radar images.
Mount Saint Helens has erupted several times since the destructive 1980 eruption, and likely will again in the future.
Mapleton, MN (2007)
5.80 inches of rain fell in 3.5 hours. Side streets were flooded and a few cars were stalled in the water.
New England (1763)
"The 19th day of May, 1793, a bad storm of hail and rain and very cold following which froze the ground and puddles of water." by Ebenser Byles, Town Clerk of Ashford.
Houston, TX (2000)
6.80" of rain.