Cult of Mac recommends SnowCast app for winter

It's going to be your best friend as the winter season rapidly approaches.

Those are the words of a Cult of Mac reviewer touting SnowCast for iOS as a superior winter forecasting smartphone app.

"With push notifications on, you’ll barely ever have to open the app," the review states. "You might want to anyway though — the app is extremely well designed and breaks down the forecast into even more detail. Underneath the general forecast at the top is a graph that separates snow totals across the 48 hours."

Read more of Cult of Mac's SnowCast review here.

SnowCast takes the guesswork out of knowing when, where and how much, so users know if the coming snow will be a nuisance, a play day or a complete disaster. It was developed by top weather app developer WeatherSphere and its parent company The E.W. Scripps Company (NYSE: SSP).

SnowCast’s best-in-class sophisticated algorithms process snow forecast data and boil it down to a single screen, so users can quickly see if a location will get a snowstorm or just a dusting, according to Scripps.

SnowCast's capabilities allow users to:
— Be able to see the total snowfall expected over the next 48 hours for an exact location
— At a glance, see totals for each six-hour window to better plan activities down to the minute
— Receive push notifications of expected accumulation for a chosen location
— Stay up to date on winter storm advisories, watches and warnings

The SnowCast app for iOS is available to download now for $2.99 in the App Store.

Go here to watch a video about SnowCast.

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