Turn your TVs and smart displays into 24/7 live weather receivers by using the original weather app for Chromecast, Cast-enabled Android TVs, and Home/Nest Hub. Simply cast and close. Get the latest weather information, always up-to-date, all day long on any screen. Whether at home or at work, in a shop or at a kiosk, this app is designed to help keep track of the continually changing weather surrounding you.
We monitor feeds from NOAA, including the NWS, NSSL, and NHC. We also maintain a direct SBN (Satellite Broadcast Network) C-band connection with NOAA for real-time data transfers, allowing for instant alert response times and push-based weather map generation. Be immediately notified of weather alerts in your area so you can take the necessary steps to prepare and stay safe.
Immersive Weather works on Chromecast, Home Hub, and other smart displays. See the full list of compatible devices.
Derek began coding at age nine. While his peers played video games, Derek would spend his time behind a keyboard hammering away at EXE files. Combining his skills with a life-long passion for weather, he soon put together his first software product on 3½" floppy disks called, "Weather Shortcuts." While he only sold it to family and friends near his hometown of Goldsboro, North Carolina, it was no doubt a valuable experience and a sign of things to come. Today, Derek brings the experience of over twenty years as a software and web developer together with his continued excitement for storms to lead Immersive Weather towards a forecast of clear skies.@derekseymour
Growing up in Norman, Oklahoma, Michelle is no stranger to severe weather. Her closest encounter with a tornado, only a few miles away, even includes a cow laying in the middle of the road - seemingly straight out of the movie, "Twister." Michelle has a passion for photography and design, and when she isn't out taking pictures of clouds or designing layouts, she enjoys spending time with her husband (Derek) and their two kids.
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