Snow Report & Forecast

Snow Report & Forecast

By LW Brands, LLC

  • Category: Weather
  • Release Date: 2017-11-08
  • Current Version: 1.3.1
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 16.51 MB
  • Developer: LW Brands, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 1,025 Reviews)
  • Price:
    $1.99
Snow Report & Forecast App Ratings: 4
4
Total 1,025 Reviews

Snow Report & Forecast App Description

** The #1 NOAA Snow Report & Forecast app ** Features Include: * National Climate Center daily snowfall reports * 3-day hourly snowfall forecast * 5-day snowfall prediction charts * 7-day NWS point forecast weather summary * Regional Snowfall Probability Graphics * NOAA Winter Storm Severity Charts * NOAA Weather Map Layers * WPC Significant Surface Low Tracks * GOES-16 Satellite Data (10 radar filters) * Detailed NWS Discussion reports * Click any point on the map for a spot specific forecast * Easily add multiple weather stations to your 'favorites' NCDC Daily U.S. Snowfall Reports + Daily & monthly snowfall totals NOAA / NOHRSC Snow Forecast - Hourly Snowfall - Cumulative Snow Depth - Rainfall - Wind Speed - Air Temperature - Relative Humidity NOAA Winter Storm Charts - Storm Severity Index - Snow Amount - Snow Load - Blowing Snow - Flash Freeze - Ground Blizzard - Ice Accumulation - Expected Ice Accumulation AND MORE CHARTS... - Regional Snowfall Probability - WPC Significant Surface Low Tracks - 5-day CONUS Snowfall Forecast NOAA Weather Map Layers - 6-hour Snowfall - Weather Radar - Long Duration Hazards - Short Duration Watches & Warnings - Wind Speed & Direction - Air Temperature - 12-hour Rain Probability GOES-16 SATELLITE DATA - Regional zones (CONUS) ** Available for iPad and iPhone ** Important Note: NOAA weather stations are primarily available for the continental USA and most of Canada. Data is not available in Hawaii or Alaska. If you have questions about data coverage, please email me. The 7-day NOAA/NWS Point-Forecast feature is only available for locations in USA territory. Please feel free to contact me with questions, feedback, feature requests and bug reports at mwnbdc@gmail.com. Enjoy!

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Snow Report & Forecast App Reviews

  • Dependable-ACCURATE

    5
    By DaBKLYNKid
    When your dealing with snow and its affects on transportation, you want a forecaster that is accurate and dependable. This app does both extremely well.
  • Support only available via Facebook

    2
    By C Wesley
    Haven’t used the app much yet, but already -3 stars for having the App Support link to a Facebook page. I know it’s hard for some people to believe, but there are still lots of people out here with no desire to use Facebook.
  • Precision tool for Powder Hounds

    5
    By Red Eye Rider
    I’ve been a powder hound dating back to when we would watch the snow reports in Utah to help predict where and when it would be in Colorado. I use this app in conjunction with avalanche zones, ski areas, and other data to enhance my success in being there. Finally, an app for those who truly love to sniff out the big snow on the big mountain...............great!!!! Thanks!!!!!!! 5+
  • Terribly inaccurate

    1
    By Clown time 42a45
    This app is just plain worthless. From late November to January 3rd, they were reasonably accurate on snowfall once! Today they forecast snow while it’s 40 degrees. If you go into tools to contact us button it crashes the app. Obviously they don’t want to hear from customers. My recommendation, keep looking as this is not the app for you
  • No update

    2
    By SkiandRun
    Where are the winter storm severity charts?They are not visible after updating the app
  • Great App

    5
    By lock84
    Great Weather App
  • Needs clarity & new sources of data

    1
    By Bobmacguy
    Needs a totally different source of data that makes sense. Would suggest an approach based existing predictions for snowfall and reported snowfall data from the Weather Services’s CoCoRaHS and Weather Underground’s Neighborhood stations. Predicted and reported amounts and depths should be absolutely separate and clearly labeled. At a given time it should be clear what’s on the ground and what’s predicted.
  • Lots of limitation notices

    5
    By MisterMysterio
    I like the long explanation messages about NOAA updates because they let me know when there will be an update and the limitations of the data (staleness, accuracy, originating weather station.) It appears that the developer is willing to listen to customer feedback. The price of the app is for convenience of viewing the free data in a mobile format, and I am fine with paying a small upfront price for convenience and no ads. The data could be displayed a little more concisely in a bar graph (like an old 32-bit iOS snow app), but overall this gets the job done.
  • Very accurate!

    5
    By Matthewtus
    I work at a mountain resort so it’s important for me to have an accurate source for predicting snowfall. Last week the local radio station was calling for 1-3” and this app predicted 6”+ and we ended up getting 7” of snowfall that day. Given how inconsistent the weather man is this is a good option for accurate snow forecast.
  • Not what I expected

    2
    By rgdyk
    Location of available weather stations are miles away from my home and are at different elevations. Therefore, every snow forecast will vary from my actual snow amount total, which to me is useless. The last snow forecast app I purchased provided accurate data directly from the pin I dropped at my map location. Unfortunately, it expired and was no longer available. That's why I purchased this app but now I'm unhappy I did.

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