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NorthBamaWX

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For people that dont have cable and cannot get the weather channel. Of the 3 of these streaming services which do you guys think is the best during severe weather?
 

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If I had to pick the best of those three, probably WeatherNation

But to be honest, I get all my weather information from this site and directly from the NWS so my two cents probably aren't the best.
 

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If I had to pick the best of those three, probably WeatherNation

But to be honest, I get all my weather information from this site and directly from the NWS so my two cents probably aren't the best.
That's my approach too, though I must say that my local NWS office is a mere shadow of what it once was. All they have now is CAM analyzers and mimics of what other NWS sources say. The two guys they did have who had insight and intuition of local WX quirks are long gone, and with them went their accuracy. There's one TV meteorologist who is their equal or better, but since I don't do social media his input to me is limited.
 

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This is a good topic. Unfortunately unfortunately, I have to still rely on the national weather service national coverage is not very good

Ryan Hall has a good YouTube stream coverage.
 
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I honestly have no interest in watching a streaming service for severe weather coverage. I realize I might be weird in regards to that. But even in my bottom-rung market back home in MN (with no competition), I would rather watch local coverage if I was going to watch anything, and that doesn't require cable, either.
 

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For people that dont have cable and cannot get the weather channel. Of the 3 of these streaming services which do you guys think is the best during severe weather?
There's a digital streaming LOCAL level service that covers Limestone County, AL. ;) You can find us on Roku, FireTV, AppleTV, or YouTube by searching for Tennessee Valley Weather.
 
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