Free Weather App for Windows 8 : The Weather Channel

It is always important to know the latest weather changes from time to time, as weather has become more unpredictable. It can become a hectic thing for everyone who is looking forward to a meeting, office work, school, college or just anything and the weather suddenly changes and you were not wanting the weather change in just few minutes.

For unwanted hassle, a weather app on your device or on your desktop is important. The Weather Channel is a powerful and great weather app that syncs with the internet connection and informs you about the present, and future weather and forecast weather changes.

Free Weather App

The Weather Channel is a popular and well-known name when it comes to weather related updates. The Weather Channel app for Windows 8 and 8.1 is free to use. You only have to download it and install it on your desktop. When this weather app starts, it asks you to set your home location with the help of city, place or address. After typing your home location, it shows different search result from the list choose the one that is your correct location. You need to give permission to The Weather Channel app to access your location services for better real time weather performance.

The Weather Channel

The Weather Channel shows the weather of the present hour, hourly weather for the present day, next day and day after tomorrow; weather forecast for coming 10 days. You can even check the weather of previous days. When you click on the plus button near today’s weather, it will show you wind, visibilty, humidity, pressure, dew point, UV India, sunrise and sunset details of the present weather and present day.

The Weather Channel

Other weather apps that you can try out weatherbug and my weather.

The Weather Channel app is really important for everyone, it will keep you updated about the present and future weather always. You can make plans according to the weather forecasted. The user-interface of The Weather Channel app is interactive and impressively minimalist.

Get The Weather Channel.

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