Having WeatherBug is great. We use it for traveling, as it makes our travels much easier to prepare for the trip. I have notified my daughter of severe weather in her area and posted it on my Facebook page for my friends and family to see as well. Keep up the good work at keeping us all safe.– Claudia S.
I'm starting feel like a novice meteorologist from the way I constantly frequent Weatherbug.com. My husband works as a lightning protection installer while I am at home with our newborn son. He gets his own personal weatherwoman as I give him the weather updates. With all the weather programs and sites out there, I like the format of Weatherbug.com the best. As long as the sun is shining, (or not) I will be using WeatherBug.– Jenelle B.
I check WeatherBug daily and I have taught my sons to do so as well. It is a wonderful service and I thank you for making this available to everyone. I get accurate weather information before the TV provides it. Thank you again!– Noelle B.
On July 20, 2009, an F1 tornado hit Fouke, Arkansas with 100 mph winds while I was at home with my three kids. Within minutes of being on the internet, WeatherBug popped up on the screen saying “Tornado Warning” and right then I knew what to do.– Christina B.
I was in my office one day and all of a sudden we had a tornado… everyone had to go downstairs and into a room where there were no windows. Soon the lights went off. The tornado was so dangerous, everyone ended up staying in the office overnight. Luckily, the lights came back on and we went home. My children were still at school and I heard that other parents had to stay in the office for safety. I was happy to hear that my children were safe and when they came home they were so happy to see me.– Victoria H.
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I just moved to Georgia and I have my old city on WeatherBug, too, so that I know what is going on there. I can call my son and tell him that my temperature is 90 and I see that his is 30. LOL…love rubbing it in.– Cindy F.