Let’s Get a Check of the Weather with BlackBerry apps!

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Predicting the weather has proven to be difficult for most of us—including meteorologists. We’ve all been stuck in the rain without an umbrella or wished we had worn a heavier jacket after the sun went down. With our BlackBerry smartphones and BlackBerry PlayBook tablets, we have a world of information at our fingertips, but it’s still pretty easy to get caught in a storm without the right alerts.

Let’s make sure that we keep ourselves—and our BlackBerry devices—warm and dry during the coming winter months by keeping an eye on the forecast with BlackBerry weather apps:

weathereye app WeatherEye HD by The Weather Network: Local weather and alerts are sent straight to your BlackBerry PlayBook tablet through the WeatherEye HD app. You can receive active weather coverage and detailed forecasts for thousands of locations in cities through the U.S., Canada and other locations throughout the world.

emobile app e-Mobile Weather by e-Mobile Software, Inc.: This weather app offers live, detailed weather on your BlackBerry smartphone. You can view real-time weather reports, forecasts, trends and radar images. E-Mobile Weather also supports international cities for your trips abroad.

weather app Weather by Simply Apps: With this app you can get day-to-day weather details and weekly weather outlooks on your BlackBerry smartphone. You can save battery life by choosing to refresh weather details automatically or manually. You can even use the GPS on your BlackBerry device for hyper-accurate weather reporting.

How do you use your BlackBerry smartphone or BlackBerry PlayBook tablet to keep tabs on Mother Nature? Let us know in the comments!

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