Download the FOX 2 Weather App for live radar, notifications
FOX 2 offers a mobile app dedicated to weather with an improved experience for all users.
We’ve redesigned our powerful and flexible free mobile app from the ground up, starting with scroll functionality that puts every feature on one page.
Current conditions, interactive radar map, and daily/hourly forecasts are just a click away. The radar is fully integrated with GPS functionality, meaning you can personalize and track weather all over the world. Just set what weather conditions you want to see on the radar and you're done!
Add in school closing data, severe weather alerts, up-to-the-minute traffic info plus LIVE-streaming newscasts, and you’ve found a comprehensive weather app that truly “Works for you!” Go ahead, make your smart phone a little “smarter!”
- Highly responsive interactive map optimized for 4G and WiFi performance
- Vertical and horizontal map display with looping
- Highest resolution satellite cloud imagery available
- Color coded weather alerts arranged by severity
- Fully integrated GPS for current location awareness
- Integrated compass overlay
- 10 day forecasts with both daily and hourly detail
- Ability to easily save your favorite locations
- Earthquake plotting - tap on an earthquake to display its detail
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