Checking weather conditions has become a habit for many of us, since the weather usually affects our day-to-day activities. We rely so much on applications that forecast the weather so that we can prepare ourselves accordingly for any abrupt changes in our environment. Most of us have already downloaded weather applications that sport fancy widgets that mimic realistic weather effects, depending on the current location. Rainy Days is a free Android application that offers a surprisingly new twist on forecasting the weather. The app features an animated rain radar for American and European countries. The app acts like your personal weather station, displaying a more accurate representation of the current weather condition.
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A complete weather radar app, with forecast and rain alerts. Effortlessly track your weather on our live RainViewer radar map up to 90 minutes into the future. Future radar animation gives you a clear picture of the sky above to plan your day ahead. RainViewer provides hourly forecast for the next 48 hours and general for the next 14 days. Straightforward and simple, it highlights important data only. Shows the intensity of precipitation over the next hour in your area. Available for more than 90 countries. Every time rain or snow is heading to your location, you will get a rain alert: "Rain starts in 23 mins and lasts 58 mins". You can set up an instant or in-radius notifications to be ready for rain.
You can also determine whether the rain today or tomorrow will be persistent or more intermittent. A weather front is likely to bring a band of rain which could give a few hours or more of continuous rain, whereas showers will bring short bursts of rain, with dry spells in between. You can see if the showers are likely to be frequent, with one quickly following another, or more isolated, with just the odd one popping up here and there. The scale along the bottom of the map shows you how heavy the rain will be; dark blue being the lightest, through green, orange, yellow and pink, with white being the heaviest.