The WSFA Mobile Weather App includes:
* Access to station content specifically for our mobile users
* 250 meter radar, the highest resolution available
* Future radar to see where severe weather is headed
* High resolution satellite cloud imagery
* Current weather updated multiple times per hour
* Daily and Hourly forecasts updated hourly from our computer models
* Ability to add and save your favorite locations
* A fully integrated GPS for current location awareness
* Severe weather alerts from the National Weather Service
* Opt-in push alerts to keep you safe in severe weather
* performance improvements
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Not flawless,but close!
Seeing first hand what an Ef4 can do,I started learning about the weather. On that stormy day I was an 11th grade at Kinston in Coffee County,Al. The devastation gave me a whole other perspective on what can happen! From S.L.I.M,to velocity, too cape I’ve learned it. So when severe approaches I use the Wsfa weather app,along with a couple more. The only downfall is sometimes the actual radar is either to slow or to fast. Then when we have storms like Sunday night, where they surveyed the damage and later announced it to be an EF2 in Covington,County where I live now. However during the sirens blaring,the roaring of the train sound, flickering of lights,with 4G the app froze and I couldn’t do anything with it for about 5 minutes,every time I went back to the app to refresh it was still froze! Other than that I couldn’t ask for a better app!
We are so blessed to have you Josh and all of the WSFA Weather team!!!...I know that you saved me and my family last March when we was under a tornado watch then thunderstorm warning and Birmingham said it was ok to come out of your safe place and you said “NO”... you did not like the way things looked!!!...I less than 5 minutes a tornado was right on top of us!!!...we had a lot of damage but by the grace of God and an awesome meteorologist and weather team we were all still in our safe place!!!!...thank you all for what y’all do and especially staying on air the whole entire time !!!!.... just can’t say enough about WSFA WEATHER!!!!...love the way all of you guys and gals cut up and have a good time on Facebook live!!!!....you all are awesome!!!
Check this before Weather Channel
I check the WSFA weather app before I do the weather channel app. It’s more reliable, and I like how their warnings are the same as on TV. They don’t just turn the whole county red they show you specifically the portion that is under a tornado warning. It comes through loud on my phone when there is a warning issued. Last weekend we had tornados in my area and wether channel did not come through at all. Our power went out, and service was not reliable. However, my husband was able to get this app to come through on his phone and we watched live from the closet. I tell everyone I know to get this app because I trust it the most.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.