In my exploration of the wonderful features and capabilities offered by AccuWeather, I accidentally reported that, in my area, there were slippery roads, snow/flurries present, etc, which are forecasted b/w tonight and tomorrow a.m., but NOT CURRENTLY OCCURRING. My sincerest apology. Otherwise, the app looks great, very user-friendly and UP-2-DATE! Prayers for safe keeping for all.
The layout is a little busy but not terrible. I'm sure I will get used to it. I haven't used it long enough to know if it is accurate 2, 3, 4 days out. Accurate predictions of temp and precipitation 2 - 4 days away is very important to me. But it has more details than the Weather Channel app I have been using for many years. So I'll stick with this for 2018 and reassess my choice at the end of the year.
One of my favorite goto sites for conditions that might effect my travel. As a road warrior before retiring in 2015, I flew out if PHL every Sunday for +/- 19 years and without fail I checked Accuweather before I packed. You had to know what the weather conditions were at your destination city. I found it very deliable for my needs.
*Does not seem to have any way to turn off "Favorite locations". I don't have any so-called favorite locations and certainly never set one in this app, but somehow it set one on its own & won't allow it to be removed. I want weather, including Severe Alerts, to be cued exclusively to my current location, while being able to easily check weather on up the road anywhere I want to. I drive a truck, so I have no need or desire for any fixed location based weather whatsoever. In fact, everything that is based on a fixed location just gets directly in my way.
Seems like every time there is an update, the widgets are different and break. Then I have to reinstall to get it working again. Update: they seemed to have fixed the widget problem but now the push alerts crash the app when I click on them. No idea what the alert was and no way to see active alerts that I can find.
Accuracy has been diminishing little by little over the years, at least around here. Right now it says it'll stop snowing in 16 minutes. Snow? There is NONE. This isn't the first time the precipitation forecast has been wildly wrong in the past year or so but it is one of the more glaring examples.
* Enhanced Alerts screen
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