Wireless Access to Official NWS Forecasts and Warnings1
The National Weather Service has developed a website for wireless access to official NWS forecasts and warnings from mobile devices such as PDA's, cell phones, and pagers. The products available are identical to ones available on our standard internet site however they are formatted for use with mobile devices. In order to access the wireless version of our site, you will need a mobile device equipped with either a hypertext transfer protocol overview (HTTP) or wireless applications protocol (WAP) browser and a wireless internet service provider.
You can use either of the following URL's to access your complete weather forecast:
What kind of weather information can I receive?
Once you enter your "City, St" or zip code, you will receive your current weather information and links to the following...
- Forecast-at-a-Glance - a quick word or two describing the weather and a forecast temperature for the next 36 hours.
- Detailed forecast - The complete forecast text issued by the local NWS weather office for the next seven days.
- Doppler Radar Image - This is the same image available you are used to seeing from our website, just transformed into the best possible image that your wireless device can display.2
This wireless site is a new undertaking, and should be considered a
work in progress. Your feedback about this new service will be very
helpful. Please send any comments to email@example.com.
Disclaimer: The National Weather Service provides
access to forecasts and warnings via HTTP and WAP enabled devices as part of our core mission to protect
life and property and enhance the national economy. This site in no way
constitutes an endorsement of any particular equipment vendor or wireless
to the wireless version of our site.
1Your reception is subject to your wireless providers area of coverage.
2The color and quality of images and graphics will vary with
make and model of the wireless device. Depending on the capability of
your device, not all available links will work.