Free Snow Days Forecast App from AccuWeather, the world’s leading multimedia weather information source, recently introduced its “Snow Days Forecast,” a localized and detailed forecast that predicts the probability of school cancellations due to winter weather threats, and today announces its availability on the iPhone at no cost.       

“The new AccuWeather Snow Days for iPhone makes it easier to check the likelihood of school cancellations in your area, due to winter weather, from anywhere at any time,” said Pascal Racheneur, Vice President of Interactive Media for AccuWeather. “The app is fun and easy-to-use with a colorful snowman format that kids and parents love. Parents also love it because it helps them plan for changes in childcare schedules in advance of when school does officially close.” 

Updated every hour, the Snow Days Forecast provides a five-day, five-point scale ranging from very likely to very unlikely that school in your location will be cancelled due to winter weather, along with details such as current temperatures, chance of precipitation, and predicted amounts of precipitation. To offer guidance in planning special enrichment activities, the Forecast also includes Saturday and Sunday.  

Download AccuWeather Snow Days for iPhone at no cost or visit to view the Snow Days Forecast.

About Erin Lang Masercola

As Business Unit Editorial Director at Beckett Media, I lead creative teams in technology, gaming, collecting, autos, home decor, outdoor sports, and more.

Posted on January 13, 2011, in iPad Apps and Accessories, iPhone Apps. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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