The Weather app on iPhone has a native feature that can alert you of changing weather conditions. You can turn on rain and snow notifications for your current location in a few simple steps so you are always prepared.
This is especially helpful if you live in an area where the weather is unpredictable and is constantly changing. Turning on rain and snow notifications will help you remember to grab an umbrella, snow coat, or drive extra carefully to endure the unpleasant weather conditions.
Learn how to turn on rain and snow notifications for your current location on iPhone
To receive rain and snow notifications on iPhone, ensure the Weather app has “Always” location access enabled. To do this, go to Settings > Weather > Location > Always.
- Launch the Weather app on iPhone.
- Tap the (…) triple-dot button in the top right-hand corner of the main weather list screen.
- Toggle the switch for My Location to on to get live rain and snow notifications
If you have the weather details for multiple locations in your Weather app, you can also turn on the toggle to get the rain and snow notifications of those places. In addition, if your Weather app has constant location access, the weather updates will change as your travel between locations.
We hope this guide helped you learn how to turn on rain and snow notifications for your current location on your iPhone. If you have any questions, let us know in the comments below.
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