KSAT 12 Weather Authority

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About this app

The KSAT 12 Weather Authority app offers a sleek and fluid map displaying real-time radar, temperature and surface winds. Whether you're planning your week or just stepping out for the day, our app provides detailed 24-hour and 7-day forecasts tailored to your specific location, accessible by city, ZIP code or wherever you are.

Key features of the KSAT 12 Weather Authority app:

Live from the Weather Authority Center: Livestreams with the best meteorologist team for up-to-the-minute coverage of weather impacting your backyard and the region.

Interactive Weather Maps: Better, more dynamic weather radar that is more interactive and easier to read.

Updates from the Weather Authority Team: Get real-time insight, video forecasts and up-to-date analysis from our dedicated meteorologists.

More Detailed Forecasts: Now including windspeed and direction! Get 3- and 7-day forecasts in both quick view and detailed formats, ensuring you're fully prepared no matter the weather.

Live Weather Alerts: Experience integrated weather alerts including tornado likelihood rankings from 1 to 10 for upcoming storm cells.

Customizable Notifications: Choose from KSAT12 weather alerts and National Weather Service warnings for comprehensive alerting including tornadoes, severe thunderstorms and flash floods, directly on your map.

KSAT Connect: Share and view photos and videos from your community and where events are taking place. Nothing is more powerful than the sights and sounds shared by our viewers, far beyond the forecasts and maps.

Dark Mode: A new visual option for easier nighttime viewing. A new visual option for easier nighttime viewing. Dark mode is enabled based on your device's settings.

Beyond just forecasts, the KSAT 12 Weather Authority app offers fully automated, specific weather alerts with up to 15 minutes lead time before severe conditions hit. You can set up alerts for up to four locations, including your current mobile location, ensuring that you and your loved ones stay safe.

South Central Texas, don't just watch the weather. Stay a step ahead with the KSAT 12 Weather Authority app. Download or update today, and take control of your weather experience. Your peace of mind is now at your fingertips.
Updated on
Jul 9, 2024

Data safety

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Location, App info and performance, and Device or other IDs
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

1.2K reviews
Desiree Nelson
July 3, 2024
TERRIBLE Update!! Same great info in a cluttered, hard to find app. it appears everything is at a glance, but actually takes multiple clicks to get the needed info. Notification for the weather update appears, but when I click, it takes me to the app, then scroll to find the update, then click to see the notification, then click to read the update. the image sizes are way off and I have to shrink it so the whole radar fits on the screen, but then it's too small to see print or detail.
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Melissa Urbach
July 9, 2024
I love the new widget options but I'm disappointed because I can no longer see the moon phases and times for sunrise/sunset. I don't know if light showers show up on the map and I miss being able to zoom out and see weather in the Gulf and/or across the US. When I zoom out using this map, there's apparently no rain anywhere including the area in which Hurricane Beryl was passing through. The old radar was easier to follow - probably because it was familiar. It was definitely easier on the eyes.
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John Randolph