TuscWeather now has an app you can add to your phone, tablet, or other mobile devices. It works the same as any app but the installation on your device is a little different.
NEW! Whether you’re using a phone or a tablet, simply open the web browser and visit TuscWeather.net. Your screen should show an “Add to Homescreen” prompt. Simply tap the prompt and TuscWeather will be installed on your phone as a web app and our icon will be added to your home screen.
Close your browser and return to your home screen. Tap the TuscWeather icon to start the app,
If by chance the “Add to Homescreen” prompt does not display on your browser, simply follow the instructions for your device platofrm below:
I’ll be working on the app continuously in the coming weeks and changes/improvements will be included as I develop them. You will not be bothered to upgrade, however. Any changes will be automatically added to your app as I complete and add them to the app.
NOTE: The app does not offer National Weather Service weather alerts. We may at some point include this feature but for now, there are plenty of apps that offer this service. I highly recommend the FEMA app. IT’s free and available on Google Play and the App Store. It has the option of including up to 5 counties, which is perfect for folks who live or work near our neighboring counties. I’ve used this app for several years and it has never failed or given me false alerts.
As always, your suggestions and feedback are welcome. If you like having a local weather information resource and the TuscWeather App fits your needs, please tell your family, friends, and colleagues about our app.
Thank you for choosing TuscWeather. I sincerely appreciate your support.
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