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Posted by Julie Day on September 16, 2015

While September is often one of the most pleasant months of the year in terms of weather conditions in the fact that it’s not too hot or too cold, it’s also one of the most annoying when it comes to planning what to wear for the day.

Do you pick out a pair of long trousers because it’ll get cold later on, or is it still warm enough to go out in a pair of shorts? And, the forecast predicted rain. These may seem like trivial questions, but when you’ve got the wrong type of clothes on for the weather outside, the result can be very uncomfortable!

More often than not, just looking out of the window to see what it’s like outside is not usually enough to know what the weather will do throughout the day. So, what’s the solution? Well, for most things these days, it’s your phone or tablet. Just download one of the following five weather forecasting apps and save yourself a tonne of doubts about the weather later on plus at least 20 minutes wasted standing in front of your wardrobe in the morning.


This is an award-winning, free, minute-by-minute precipitation weather forecasting app available for iOS and Android that provides up-to-date exact weather conditions for your location. It includes a rain radar and gives warnings about any weather risks in the area.


A great app designed for lovers of surfing, kitesurfing, windsurfing, sailors and paragliders. The app offers forecasts relating to wind, waves and tides from all across the world. There is a free version of the app and a Pro version, which you pay for.

The Weather Channel

This is a fantastic free app that gives personalised and hyper-localised forecasts for the next hours, 36 hours and up to 10 days. It also alerts you to bad conditions predicted for your area.


This is a high-quality app that provides seven-day forecasts and weather reports for over two million cities and 800,000 points of interest worldwide. The information is clearly set out and extremely easy to read.


This app has been adapted from a professional weather broadcasting tool that is used by television presenters globally. The weather is literally brought to life using high-end gaming technology and stunning 3D graphics. You can follow the movement of the clouds, high and low pressure weather systems and the direction of the wind. In other words, you can follow how the weather evolves as if you were viewing it from a different planet!



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