There's two easy ways to work out what the weather's doing outside. You could stick your Android phone out the window and see if it comes back wet, in which case it's raining. Or you could install MobWeather. Android does have inbuilt weather, but it's a limited service that lacks that local Aussie touch. That's where MobWeather excels, drawing forecasts from the Bureau Of Meterology for pretty much every area of Australia; you can choose multiple locations to watch while viewing either radar, synoptic or UV forecasts. It's a $2.99 app, but that's got to be cheaper than getting your smartphone drowned every time it rains [MobWeather]
Android Appalooza: MobWeather
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