Clime NOAA Weather Radar is a free app for Android. It presents weather information from the NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) and presents it in real-time, animated radar images. Being a live app, it will show weather warnings on the map as they become active.
This app is an all-in-one weather tracker. As well as details on humidity, wind speed and direction and air pressure changes, it can also indicate the chance of rain. There are many weather apps around, and two that are definitely worth checking out are BBC Weather and 1Weather.
If you want to keep an eye open for bad weather alerts such as flooding, storms and tornadoes, all you have to do is activate push notifications. Once they're on, you're notified as soon as an alert is issued.
You can choose between short-term and long-term weather forecasts—they cover 24-hour to seven-day periods, respectively.
It doesn't matter if you're just casually interested in the upcoming weather or if you need the information for professional purposes (for example, farmers and sportspeople). Whatever your reason for using the app, you can get the information you need in an easy-to-understand format.
There are many customisation options, including the kind of map overlay, units of measurement and loop speed for overlays. In particular, it shows you how much pressure there is in mm, kPA, inches or mbar.
You can also change the temperature and distance measurements between Fahrenheit/Celsius and Miles/Kilometers respectively. When it comes to wind speed, you have choices between km/h, mph, knots, m/s and Beaufort.
The Clime NOAA Weather Radar app covers vast swathes of the world. This includes (but is not limited to) the US, UK, Europe, Australia, Japan and Taiwan.
Track the weather
Clime NOAA Weather Radar is a powerful yet easy-to-use weather station that provides plenty of detailed weather information. We particularly like the choice of measurement units, which makes it an internationally used tool.
To expand the information available to you and track additional elements such as hurricanes and lightning, you’ll need to subscribe to the full, ad-free version.