Experience the power of weather radar at your fingertips with WeatherWall Mobile. Utilizing the vast weather radar network in the United States WeatherWall Mobile maps high-resolution weather radar information anywhere in the United States.
Maximize efficiency and productivity with WeatherWall Mobile's innovative two panel display. Examine reflectivity while looking for winds indicative of severe weather at the same time. Want a bigger view of a single product? No problem! Two finger swipe to switch from two panels to one.
Add an aura of gentle beauty with reflectivity smoothing. A classic feature of PC era weather radar apps is now available in the Post-PC world!
Take storm watching to new heights with WeatherWall Mobile's reflectivity mosaic. Now you can always find the interesting weather events of the day!
Do you often wonder if a storm is interacting with local topography? Or maybe you wonder if the radar is suffering from beam blockage by a mountain? Wonder no more, with WeatherWall Mobile’s topography underlay you can now see exactly where the mountains, hills and valleys are in relation to the storms!
Tired of viewing cities as just dots on the map? Utilize WeatherWall Mobile’s population density overlay to see where everyone lives in relation to the storm!
Interested in the dual polarization upgrade coming to the National Weather Service radars? WeatherWall Mobile has you covered there too! The dual polarization products including differential reflectivity (zdr), correlation coefficient (rho_hv), and specific differential phase (kdp) are supported for the newly upgraded radars of which there are now 11 across the country. Be ahead of the curve and in the first wave to learn how to utilize these exciting new products!
Full list of supported products:
High Res VIL
Storm Total Rainfall Accumulation
Specific Differential Phase
CONUS Radar Mosaic
GPS enabled so you can see your location relative to the storm.
Smooth Radar Reflectivity
Overlay 30 dBZ & 55 dBZ reflectivity contours
Grayscale reflectivity below 30 dBZ
Hide reflectivity below 30 dBZ
Users Manual is available at: http://www.weatherwary.com/apps/weatherwall/weatherwall-mobile-manual/
Bug fix for Spotter Network locations
Bug fix for radar velocity with dynamic ranges
Ratings and Reviews
Spotter Issue again
Just like last year, spotter locations no longer show up on the radar for any of your apps. Yes, I am logged in to spotter network. RadarScope has never had this issue.
Apple TV version - NO ZOOM?
I've been looking for an AppleTV version of the (much superior) RadarScope app that I use extensively on my other devices. I thought this might be it, and it does offer a lot of the same radar products to select to show on the map. Scrolling around the map auto-selects different transmitters to display, which is fine although I think it could do a better job linking adjacent transmitters to show a more complete map. Especially when there is NO ZOOM on the image, and the screen is showing nearly a 500 mile wide view! The radar range is just about entirely enclosed within the screen view, but if you want to zoom in to less-than-the-entire-state... Too bad, can't do that.
VERY disappointed. Also disappointed that I cannot browse these reviews on the AppleTV, only the aggregate star rating. Considering the price for this, zooming is a MASSIVE oversight to be left out.
Love the app
A good weather app for tracking tornadoes thunderstorms and more. love the dual panel function very useful for not getting in and out of app. does have a subscription so buyers be warn if you don’t want that. The subscription includes lightning data from AllisonHouse also as known as AH mesocyclone discussion (AH) stormtracks AH and warnings etc...but the good news is that you don’t have to buy a subscription to access this data but there is also some FREE data that you can use. At least three good basic data you will need for watching out for storms. At last just keep updating the app.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.