As promised, today we are going to share a few of the top weather apps for those of you that use Android phones! And like all the iOS apps we shared yesterday, all of these weather apps are FREE.

1. The Yahoo Weather App - This app (powered by Yahoo, obviously) features beautiful photographs that match the weather conditions in your area, and best of all, these photos come from people like you! This app also includes severe weather warnings as well as storm and hurricane watches and alerts. You can save up to 10 favorite locations and see 5-day weather forecasts for each, and you'll find links to more detailed info provided by the Weather Channel.
2. The Weather Channel App - Speaking of the Weather Channel, they offer their own Android app as well. Just like the iOS counterpart, this app features 200 meteorologists and our ultra-local TruPoint(sm) forecasting technology, as well as updates regarding the changing weather conditions in your favorite locations. It also provides detailed weather forecasts (hourly forecasts, 36 hour forecasts, and 10 day forecasts), easy location management, and a beautiful and easy-to-use interface.
3. The Weather Bug App - This app, available across most Android operating systems, including Ice Cream Sandwich and Jellybean, is a blogger favorite. It offers one of the most advanced early warning systems which is powered by the largest nationwide commercial-grade weather and lightning network, pin-point visual forecasts, enhanced interactive maps, and DTAs (Dangerous Thunderstorm Alerts) for severe weather alerts. One of the cooleset features is the Spark Alerts. This allows you to see the lightning strikes in your area, making your Android phone a personal lighting detector.
4. The Accuweather App - This was one of our favorite iOS apps, and the Android app is just as good! Featuring customizable My AccuWeather forecasts and multi-location widgets, optional weather graphs, push notifications for severe weather alerts in the United States, a home screen widget displaying two-day forecasts with severe weather warnings for your GPS location, and radar for all of North America and Europe, and worldwide satellite overlaying interactive Google Maps™.
Use any one of these apps to stay safe and dry this spring!