Immersive Weather Releases Version 1.3, Adds Hurricane and Tropical Cyclone Tracking With Improvements for Google Home, Nest Products – Press Release

8 September, 2020 – Immersive Weather, the original weather app for Chromecast, announced the release of version 1.3 on August 31, 2020. A comprehensive update that integrates hurricane and tropical cyclone tracking, all new radar base maps, and improved customization options into the popular Immersive Weather app, the 1.3 update comes just in time for hurricane season so users can monitor storm developments and changes in real-time, and stay safe and secure during the active 2020 storm season.

With Immersive Weather, turn televisions and smart displays into live weather stations with real-time casting at the touch of a button. Get the latest weather information updated regularly from NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration), including the NWS (National Weather Service), the NHC (National Hurricane Center), and NSSL (National Severe Storms Laboratory), to make tracking changing weather conditions around you at home, in the office, or on the go fast and easy.

Casting can be done from a mobile iOS device or Chrome web browser. Simply download and launch the application, select your location, choose the weather data you want to cast,

select a compatible display nearby, and watch as your smart device stays updated with real-time weather feeds and information. Monitoring continues even after closing the Immersive Weather app with 24/7 animated weather radars, light and dark maps, three-day convective outlooks, and storm tracking.

Since 2014, Immersive Weather has been a top-rated weather application trusted by consumers across the United States. Useful for home users, businesses, kiosks, hotels, weather enthusiasts, meteorologists, and professionals, Immersive Weather is continuing to change how people receive real-time weather data to stay informed each day.

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