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Top 5 Ways WeatherBug Prepares You For Flu Season

With cold and flu season around the corner, you want to be ready to protect yourself and your family. With a weather app, you can take preventive measures to avoid the flu. Here are the top 5 ways that WeatherBug’s weather app prepares you for Flu season.

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  1. Weekly Flu Forecast: WeatherBug brings you up-to-date information on cold and flu outbreaks in your home state. By working with the CDC, WeatherBug will help you gauge how prevalent the flu is in your community.
  2. CDC Recommendations: In addition to staying up-to-date with flu activity, WeatherBug stays up-to-date with CDC recommendations. Not sure whether to get the nasal spray or flu shot this year? Just check your trusty weather app for the most current recommendations.
  3. Comprehensive Weather Forecasts: Though getting caught in the cold or rain doesn’t automatically make you catch the flu, it certainly doesn’t help your immune system. Like many top weather apps, WeatherBug provides extensive hourly forecasts to help prepare you for any unforeseen weather changes.
  4. Travel Safety: In addition to keeping you informed at home, WeatherBug can help you avoid getting sick while you travel with a national flu forecast, hourly weather forecast, and even tips on how to avoid catching, and spreading the flu.
  5. Information At Your Finger Tips: Like some top weather apps, WeatherBug offers you up-to-date information and articles regarding the flu on your weather app. Not sure how to distinguish between the flu and a cold? Your weather app will have the answer.

WeatherBug is one of the top weather apps for iPhone and Android, and it’s absolutely free. Keep your family safe, and ensure that you have a sniffle-free holiday season, by staying informed on weather trends and CDC updates.

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Comments

  1. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    I’ve not heard of this before. I do check the weather in the morning but I also like the idea of knowing if there’s an outbreak of the flu. Thanks for the post. 🙂

  2. I have never heard of WeatherBug before. That would be great for my husband. He gets the flue shot but always manage to get a bad/cold flue a few times every winter.

  3. WeatherBug is my favorite weather app. It seems to be more accurate in predicting the weather than others.

  4. Weather Bug sounds great! I love the idea of getting weather and health updates like that. VERY cool.

  5. Shauna Torres says:

    Wow, I have never heard of Weather Bug, but love the idea. I especially all the tips and info. I am off to check it out now. Thanks for sharing

  6. This sounds like a really good app to have. So many great features too.

  7. Knowing where the cold and flu outbreaks are would be great. I’ll be taking a look at this app for my phone.

  8. I never really thought of it this way. It is a good indicator though. Cold and flu season is upon us now and I am praying we don’t get it.

  9. My husband has this app on his phone. It is pretty cool to get all the info at our finger tips.

  10. I use weatherbug all the time. My husband and I both use this on our phones. I think it’s great for keeping me up to date on the weather.

  11. WeatherBug sounds like a great app. I would love the Weekly Flu Forecast. I will have to give it a try.

  12. Lisa Bristol says:

    I have been looking for a good weather app to try. A Weekly Flu Forecast is a fantastic idea.

  13. I check the weather on my phone every day. Whether I’m at home or traveling it’s helpful to know at least the high and low.

  14. A good weather app is really important! Being prepared is always the best! Thanks for these info!

  15. I have never heard of this weatherbug app before but it sounds amazing! So excited to download it! A weekly flu forecast sounds like a great idea!!

  16. What a great idea! I’ll gladly download an app to make sure that my family doesn’t get the flu. I’m going to have to go download it now.

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