With iOS 16, Apple made some significant improvements to the Weather app. For example, each panel can be tapped to display more detailed information about the current forecast information. Apple has also added the option to receive severe weather alerts. The setting method is as follows.
The iOS 16 Weather app can send notifications when severe weather warnings are issued nearby, so you can be alerted to heavy rains, floods, hurricanes, heat waves, tornadoes, and more.
You can turn on severe weather alerts for both your current location and any location you add to the Weather app. Severe weather data is available for Australia, Canada, Japan, China, Brazil, India, Mexico, Thailand, the United States, and most of Europe.
1. Allow access to location information
Before enabling severe weather alerts, you need to give the weather app permission to access your location.
- open setting apps on your iPhone.
- scroll down and tap weather.
- Tap position.
- [位置情報へのアクセスを許可]and,[位置情報へのアクセスを許可]Tap. everytime.
2. Enable Weather Forecast
This way you can now enable bad weather notifications.
- start the weather apps on your iPhone.
- On the location forecast screen, button with three lines It’s in the bottom right corner of the interface.
- Tap. Ellipsis button (three dots in a circle) then tap notification in the dropdown menu.
- [現在の場所]Under , toggle the switch next to On bad weather.
- Tap To give permission at a confirmation prompt.
- Tap end.
If you want, you can use the last menu to turn on severe weather notifications for other locations than your current location. Tap one of the locations in the list and turn on the following switches: bad weatherNote that severe weather alerts always play a sound and appear on your lock screen, even if your iPhone is muted or Do Not Disturb is on.