Where do the warnings in WeatherPro come from?

WeatherPro has its own warning system with alerts for various extreme weather conditions. When extreme heat, frost, snow, storms or thunderstorms are forecast for any of your favourite locations at any point in the coming three days, alerts will be shown on the forecast screen. Some of the warnings are broken down into levels to indicate the intensity of the weather condition. For example, warning levels for storms are as follows:

Level 1 = High winds, force 8-9 on the Beaufort Scale
Level 2 = Strong gusts of wind, force 10-11 on the Beaufort Scale
Level 3 = Gale force winds, force 11-12 on the Beaufort Scale

WeatherPro allows you to select the level at which you want to receive warnings. Go to Settings / Warnings / Alerts. To receive all warnings select Level 1, to receive mid-level warnings select Level 2 or, if you only want to receive warnings for the highest level, select Level 3. Once set, the level will apply to all locations in your favourites list. Premium users on Android can also see alerts for their favourite location in the widget and can opt to receive alerts for these locations in the notification bar. The standard widgets are available for all WeatherPro users.

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