TULSA - Have you downloaded our Interactive Weather Center app in Apple's App Store?
What are you waiting for?
Our KJRH Interactive Weather Center app is free for iPhone and $1.99 for iPad. Just search for KJRH in the App Store.
So what do you get with this new tool?
The app features up-to-the-minute interactive radar, current conditions, severe weather alerts, watches and warnings, plus the latest news headlines, school closings and weather forecasts from chief meteorologist Dan Threlkeld and the 2 Works for You Weather team at KJRH.
The reaction we've heard about the app has been great too.
Laura Diamond emailed us - Thank you for the new weather app for I-Phones. I downloaded it yesterday before a field trip tot he (sp) zoo and when the clouds came in I used it and it worked great to know we weren't getting rain just then. I love it.
On our Facebook page, Brit Whittington commented - Finally an iPhone weather radar app that is almost up to the minute. 5 minutes behind rather than 15 or usually 30 mins on other apps. Thanks KJRH! I really like the layout, news and traffic delays info.
Krysta James Love commented - Love this app! Thank you!!
Mike Thomas tweeted - @kjrh2hd you guys are awesome for taking the big jump into mobile platforms. Well made app. Can't wait to use it.
NextTopApp tweeted - 'KJRH Interactive Weather Center' by @KJRH2HD Is a TOP 1O FREE WEATHER APP iPhone!
And don't forget to sign up for severe weather email alerts sent to your inbox. Soon after the National Weather Service issues a warning for the county or counties of your choosing you'll be alerted with an email.
The 2 Works for You Interactive Weather Center mobile apps and email alerts are just another way Channel 2 Works for You!
The apps for Android are coming soon.
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