FEMA Time: the ultimate weather clock
With FEMA Time you'll be able to see weather and local time for each city you desire, accompanied with detailed forecast provided by openweathermap.org
Add a potentially unlimited number of stopwatches, countdowns and alarm clocks.
Every function is complete and functional: graphs, advanced settings and gestures!
FEMA Time allows you to add an unlimited number of customizable widgets!
This application is a trial! To be able to add more than 5 cities, 2 stopwatches and 2 countdowns, you'll have to buy it for about 1.39$.
• Interactive Flood Zones Map
• Weather Reports
• Report Floods with geo-tagged photo/video uploads then inform your friends & family via Facebook and Twitter.
• Get Push Notifications for Reported Flash Floods, Alternate Routes and Weather Updates
• Facts & Tips on Flood Safety
• Find Flood Insurance Agents in your area
• Read Facts & Tips about protecting Stormwater
• Report Stormwater Polluters
PLUS - Immerse yourself in a fun-for-all-ages educational Interactive Game. Avoid the flood waters in this never ending, yet ever changing course to complete more than 20 challenging objectives.
About the NDSU Flood Monitor: http://flood.cs.ndsu.nodak.edu/about.php
The Flood Monitor project started as a course project in the course "CSci 372: Comparative Programming Languages" taught by Anne Denton in the Spring of 2010. Initially, the site only allowed sharing text-based observations.
In 2011, Adam Helsene added image upload for the original web interface. The first real test for the application was the Minot flood later that summer. Paul Loree worked with the Minot TV station KX News, and during the 2-3 days when the water levels were highest, the site received up to a total of 250,000 hits per day.
In 2012, through funding of the NDSU Technology Fee, we were able to redesign the application so as to take input from mobile devices. The current web interface was developed by Justin Anderson, the Android app by Cesar Ramirez, and the iPhone app by Saumya Singh.