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Free weather app for your iPhone or Android

Stay connected with the WLOX First Alert Weather Team with our full featured weather app for Apple and Android devices.

Our interactive weather app has a mobile radar, 10 day and hourly forecasts for any city.  Plus, you can get urgent weather alerts and important local weather headlines sent to your phone!

To get the app for your iPhone or iPad, follow this link, or just search "WLOX Weather."

To get the app in the Google Play store, click here, or just search "WLOX Weather."

Features:

  • Access to station content specifically for our mobile users
  • 250-meter radar, the highest resolution available
  • Future radar to see where severe weather is headed
  • High resolution satellite cloud imagery available
  • Current weather updated multiple times per hour
  • Local Daily and Hourly forecasts updated each shift by the WLOX First Alert Weather Team
  • Ability to add and save your favorite locations
  • A fully integrated GPS for current location awareness
  • Severe weather alerts from the National Weather Service
  • Opt-in push alerts to keep you safe in severe weather and to notify you with important local weather headlines
  • Highly responsive interactive map optimized for 3G and WiFi performance
  • Vertical and horizontal map display with looping
  • NOWrad, the gold standard for radar in the weather industry
  • Exclusive patent pending Road Weather Index
  • Color coded weather alerts arranged by severity
  • Integrated compass overlay for 3GS models
  • Full featured and user tested
  • Earthquake plotting - tap on an earthquake to display its detail
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    RIVER WATCH: Check the current river stages, flood predictions

    Saturday, June 24 2017 4:09 PM EDT2017-06-24 20:09:07 GMT
    Flooding at Wolf River (Photo source: Mary Elizabeth Nielsen)Flooding at Wolf River (Photo source: Mary Elizabeth Nielsen)

    Harrison County Emergency Management Director Rupert Lacy says the potential for “life-threatening” flash flooding from Tropical Storm Cindy is very real starting Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning.

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    Harrison County Emergency Management Director Rupert Lacy says the potential for “life-threatening” flash flooding from Tropical Storm Cindy is very real starting Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning.

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  • Flash Flood Warning issued for Jackson County

    Flash Flood Warning issued for Jackson County

    Friday, June 23 2017 2:07 AM EDT2017-06-23 06:07:30 GMT

    Flash Flooding will continue to be a major concern for Jackson county overnight. 

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    Flash Flooding will continue to be a major concern for Jackson county overnight. 

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  • Tropical Storm Warning issued as Cindy looms

    Tropical Storm Warning issued as Cindy looms

    Wednesday, June 21 2017 1:31 AM EDT2017-06-21 05:31:37 GMT

    A Tropical Storm Warning has been issued for Hancock, Harrison, and Jackson counties as Tropical Storm Cindy inches closer to the Gulf Coast.

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    A Tropical Storm Warning has been issued for Hancock, Harrison, and Jackson counties as Tropical Storm Cindy inches closer to the Gulf Coast.

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