SEE Weather Along Your Route

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Try the best travel weather app

see Weather Along Your Route

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Try the best travel weather app

Road Trip Weather

The Drive Weather App illustrates the National Weather Service’s forecast showing motorists weather along their route at the expected time they will be at each point on their trip.  Drive Weather shows motorists road trip weather, compares weather on different routes, allows drivers to add stops and interactively change departure time to find the safest time to travel.

Drive Weather takes the guess work out of figuring out when and where the bad weather is! It shows the forecast only on a route based on departure time. The Drive Weather app presents weather, wind speed and direction, temperatures, and radar.

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See how easy it is to know the road weather conditions along your route!

See how easy it is to know the road weather conditions along your route!

Weather Along Your Route

Drive Weather shows the weather forecast at the expected time at each point of your route or road trip.

Get confidence in numbers; the shear volume of weather information presented communicates ensures you get the full picture of when and where the bad weather or dangerous winds are.

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Find the Safest time to drive

Drive Weather’s interactive time slider updates the weather forecast based on your departure time in real time.

Have a safer trip by finding the best time to leave and avoid the bad weather!

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Compare Weather on Routes

The Drive Weather App lets you easily switch between routes, adjust leave time, add stops all so you can find the safest way to get to your destination.

 Drive Weather is all about decision making in regards to the weather.  It takes just a few seconds to get “briefed” on the safest route and safest time to leave.

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Each year in the U.S. there are approximately 1.2 million weather-related crashes resulting in nearly 5,000 fatalities and more than 418,000 injuries. The vast majority of these crashes happen on wet pavement and during rainfall.
Wet Pavement
Rain
Snow/Sleet
Snow on Pavement
Ice on Pavement
Fog

Based on ten year averages 2007-2016 | Source: US Dept of Transportation

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