This was one of the first weather apps for events we were ever introduced to and we still find it very useful.
We've used it to give us a heads-up on incoming weather fronts on two events in particular. One of those resulted in us shutting down stages and tents at an Irish festival in advance of things getting very dangerous.
There's a free version and a paid version and, in our experience, it's quite accurate.
We use the Metcheck weather forecast as the one we include in our EMP drafts as we've found it very accurate.
You can use Met.ie and others but we have found that, for a snapshot of general broad-stroke weather conditions, Metcheck is the way to go.
There are, of course, loads of weather apps and services available.
If you're involved in running events and ensuring people are safe at them - especially outdoor ones but not ONLY outdoor ones, then you could do worse than invest in an anemometer.
Being able to accurately monitor and record the changes in wind speeds can be a very important element of an outdoor show, in particular.
The Storm Radar app is brought to you by the people behind Weather Underground. It bills itself as a 'sever weather app' and we've used it on occasion and have found it quite useful.
If you are expecting extreme weather or you know there's a chance something might be blown over your way then this can be a handy way of monitoring it to see if you need to take any action.
We've written about how weather can significantly affect your event and it's important to remember a couple of things: