• No. I get it from an internet weather website. No "app". No TV.
    • Jenny The Great ⭐
      Thanks for sharing! With such a high volume of apps on the Apple Store and Google Play, it comes to mind how others are staying tuned to the weather.
  • The weather app on my iPhone
  • On my laptop or News from the TV
  • Whatever google pulls up. Its usually on my phone, but I didn't download an app for it. I just looked it up a few times and now google sends it to my phone automatically. Interesting. I never really thought about it. They don't differ one from the other, do they? Aesthetically, maybe, but I mean the information agrees, right?
    • Jenny The Great ⭐
      Thanks for sharing! What you are doing is opening the Google app, which comes pre-installed on most Android phones. The information does agree, but the advantage of weather apps is that they have live radar and weather radar technology to deliver up-to-date, accurate results by the minute, including notifications.
  • TV and on my phone

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