Intellicast iPad weather application features specific datelines

Efforts made to enhance weather applications have been constantly evolving to ensure that tracking weather-related events is as accurate and up-to-the-minute as possible.

With this in mind, Intellicast’s iPad Weather Map application has been updated to feature a combination set designed for purposes of tracking local weather and specific datelines.

This Weather Map application from Intellicast uses satellite information and national radar for specific forecasting. One of the key updates made to the weather application is the addition of a layer “scrubber” which moves through a specific time of the day that can be traced minute-by-minute.

The real-time maps UI turns out to be the most useful feature of the application, which has been updated to look even cleaner. Weather at a specific period of the day can now be determined using the app via the new specific datelines feature that can be observed in a layered window.

When the user drags the map into a specific area, a weather alert will be received. Information will come from the National Weather Service, providing notifications regarding the weather map of a specific country. The colour-coded alerts define the severity of the weather and the necessary emergency measures to follow.

Various map layers can be chosen when the user checks for weather updates throughout the day. The users can also save personal settings for up to six layers or overlays including Tropical Storm, Radar, and Wind Speed tracks as well as Earthquakes, Satellite, and Road Weather tracks.

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