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The Best Weather Apps

You can’t control the weather, but these Android and iOS apps can help you prep for Mother Nature’s plans.

By Max Eddy & Jordan Minor

When Mother Nature is in a bad mood (which is more likely than ever these days thanks to climate change), it helps to keep an eye on what’s happening in the sky. One of the most important tools for that is a mobile weather app. A good weather app helps you decide if…

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