Chief meteorologist Tom Terry and WFTV Channel 9’s team of certified meteorologists have produced the most accurate, local weather technology available with the WFTV Channel 9 Weather App.
This free, 24/7 app is constantly updated with the latest storm and forecast information for the Orlando and Central Florida areas. Plus watch live coverage of Eyewitness News and the WFTV meteorologists in Severe Weather Center 9 right on your mobile device.
By using the app’s built-in interactive radar, you can zoom down to your neighborhood, including Brevard, Flagler, Lake, Marion, Orange, Osceola, Polk, Seminole, Sumter and Volusia counties, or zoom out to check radar anywhere in the country. Location based storm alerts will direct you to the latest severe weather warnings.
The WFTV Weather App also keeps you connected with Facebook, Twitter and interactive uploads of your photos and videos directly from your mobile device.
The WFTV Weather App focuses on complete Central Florida weather coverage for WFTV viewers and News 96.5 listeners.
Summary of Features:
-Accurate weather tools that display hourly, five and seven-day forecasts
-Storm alerts: audible tones warning you of pending danger
-Constantly updated video forecasts from Severe Weather Center 9.
-Interactive social technology that keeps you in touch with the WFTV weather team.
-Channel 9 Eyewitness News broadcasts streamed live every day.
-Live streaming Early Warning Doppler 9HD with interactive radar.
-Multi-city forecasting keeps you alerted to severe weather.
-Alert badges for more than 110+ alert types including tornadoes
-Level 3 interactive radar, animation loops and visible satellite map
-One, two, and three-day outlooks from NOAA’s Storm Prediction Center
-Twitter and Facebook feeds
-Additional items added seasonally
You can turn your app into a NOAA Weather Radio safety and security app for $4.99. You will get voice-enabled push alerts for all remaining alert types (more than 110+) powered by a highly scalable, fully redundant alerting and messaging engine.
*Data and alerting available for the United States only.
*Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.