Unfortunately, our weather app is only available for Android and Apple devices. So if you have a Windows phone, the following information won't be very helpful.
When you open the app, it comes to this home screen, and some of the buttons you want to be aware of are highlighted with the arrow.
#1 - This button will allow you to change your home location and other settings. If you plan to travel, you'll mostly likely want to change your location to "Use Current Location" so that the app will follow you on your trip. If you end up in watch or warning, the app will notify you.
#2 - An extremely useful tool when we have stormy weather in the forecast. In addition to radar data, you have options for satellite, snow cover, water temperatures, tropical weather, and storm tracking information.
#3 - When you want to see future radar (especially when storms are forecast), try using this option to see our "FutureTrack" right there on your phone.
Please don't rely on Facebook to get watch and warning notifications. In many cases, you may not see important information until minutes or hours later. Twitter can be a useful tool for getting weather information, but even it shouldn't be your first source for severe weather watches and warnings.