Wet Or Dry? is a simple yet incredibly effective weather forecasting app for iPad that provides a collection of weather maps designed to help you accurately predict possible rainfall in your local area across a range of different timeframes.
If you live in a part of the country that is particularly affected by wet weather or drought then I would definitely suggest keeping this app on your device because its radar weather maps could certainly came in very handy.
What we have here is a very useful addition to the Weather category of the App Store that you can use to access a collection of 10 weather maps which should allow you to accurately predict precipitation in your local area.
Within this app you’ll find outlooks for the next five days as well as a full 30-day precipitation forecast, plus it includes drought conditions, fire danger, and soil moisture content; seasonal drought is also covered for those of you who live in affected areas.
Will it rain today?
Wet Or Dry? allows you to use your device’s integrated GPS in order to see relevant localized information, and you can set any of the maps as your default for quick and easy future reference.
What’s more, you’ll find that this app provides full support for both landscape and portrait orientations so you should have no trouble finding a view that enables you to gain a crystal clear understanding of what the weather holds in store for you and your family.
Provides a collection of 10 weather maps allowing you to accurately predict precipitation
Provides outlooks for the next five days as well as a full 30-day precipitation forecast
Also includes drought conditions, fire danger, and soil moisture content
Seasonal drought is also covered for those of you who live in affected areas
Set any of the maps as your default for quick and easy future reference
Provides full support for both landscape and portrait orientations
There is nothing negative to say about this app
Landscape and portrait orientations
Wet Or Dry? for iPhone and iPad isn’t the most comprehensive weather app you’re likely to come across but it definitely provides some great focused content based around precipitation, so be sure to download it if you need this kind of utility.