Accurate, reliable, and easy to navigate Storm Tracker. The app provides real-time tracking of heavy storms, tornadoes, hurricanes, and other extreme weather conditions to help you stay safe and always up-to-date. Includes a frequently renewed 10-day hourly & daily forecast.

• Hurricane tracking
• Real-time flood and hurricane warnings on an HD map
• Accurate & intuitive rain radar
• Weather charts for temperature, precipitation & wind
• 10-day hourly & daily forecasts

In case a typhoon, tropical storm, cyclone, tornado, or hurricane is approaching your area, rely on Storm Radar to provide you with minute-accurate severe weather updates. Find the hurricane’s predicted path with wind speed and quadrants, and calculate when the storm will reach your location.

• Fahrenheit/Celsius
• Miles/Kilometers
• Wind speed in kN, mph, km/h, Beaufort
• Barometric Pressure in Inches (inHG) and Atmospheric Pressure in Hectopascal (hPa)

Switch between standard and satellite maps. Choose your preferred forecast layers from rain, hurricanes, warnings, or location layers.

Select the suitable rain layer quality -- HD, medium resolution, or SD. Choose your favorite color scheme: green, blue, red, or grey.

Customize overlays by adjusting the layer opacity, the number of frames in the future/past, and animation speed (f/s).

NORTH AMERICA: United States, Canada, Mexico
Complete frequent severe weather conditions coverage in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri states.
EUROPE: France, United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Netherlands, Switzerland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark
APAC: Japan, Hong Kong, Korea, Taiwan & Australia

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What’s New

Version 2.3.9

Thank you for using Storm Tracker!

In this version: you'll find performance improvements, and bug fixes.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
45.5K Ratings

45.5K Ratings

Idea doctor ,

Reliability Approved

This app proved its reliability to me during the tropical storm/category 1 Hurricane Isaias, in the exact location where the hurricane entered (Oak Island NC) during our annual summer vacation there.
Having lived in Florida for decades, I was used to hurricanes (with accompanying hurricane parties) and to me a tropical storm in an ocean front was not much to worry about, right? Well, as the tides began to change, and the tropical storm turned category 1 on top of us, this app was quite precise at telling me the exact location of the eye of the storm and it’s significant wind-bands, with accurate wind speeds and precipitation.
All in all, I was able to calculate up to minutes apart from the worst part of the storm, to when the storm itself would begin to wind down - and match it to real time.
The area endured some severe damages and scramble mode kicked in for our family, and with experience of post hurricane know-how, we were able to leave the island on time, with minor damages to our personal property the morning after the storm.
This app was a significant tool at my disposal on a crucial moment in time, and allowed me to calculate adequately my next move after battling the elements that summer evening - and allowed me and my family to spend the rest of our vacation elsewhere, safely... A standing ovation for weather radars.

Allen Lieberman ,

Outstanding presentation.

Running the app through it’s paces and thus far, love what what I see. Only thing missing and not a real big deal is satellite overlay. I already have a high resolution satellite image app that would be hard to replicate because it’s strictly very high resolution that takes high bandwidth that most people wouldn’t be interested in the detail it gives.

My only hope is I NEVER SEE full page ads......

krismouse ,

Excellent forecasts, slow updates

Was looking for an app with a simple interface that shows the size of the wind field for hurricanes. This one has it. So many apps only show the eye of the storm. But the wind field is often larger on the east size of Atlantic hurricanes than in the west side, so the size of the wind field is an important piece of information to have.

So viewing the forecast track was great, but on the day of Elsa’s landfall, the forecast layer got stuck at 5am and still showed the storm west of Tampa while the radar layer correctly showed the storm hitting the Panhandle. Disappointing. Can’t find a tech support link in the app to report the problem, either.

App Privacy

The developer, Impala Studios, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Location
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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