The next-hour precipitation feature is currently available in select regions only. ((Vishal Mathur / HT Photo))

How to Get Rain Alerts on Your iPhone: A Step-by-Step Guide

iOS16 brings several updates to the Weather app on iPhones. The Weather app has modules to display information such as 10-day forecast, daily temperature, air quality, precipitation, UV index and more. iOS 16 allows users to click on any of these modules to get more information. The Weather app can also display an air quality tile with iOS 16.

One lesser-known feature of the Weather app on the iPhone is precipitation in the next hour. Sends rainfall forecasts and alerts to users. This feature can come in handy any day, especially amid the incessant rains in the Delhi-NCR regions of late. Apple says the weather data provided by this feature comes from national weather services. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to get rain alerts on your iPhone using the next hour rainfall feature

Step 1 – Open the Weather app on your iPhone

Step 2 – Tap on the list icon in the lower left corner

Step 3 – Next, tap on Enable Notifications

Step 4 – Turn on precipitation in the next hour

Step 5 – The next step is to allow the Weather app to access your location. To do this, go to the Settings app on your iPhone.

Step 6 – Check Privacy>Location Services>Weather. Turn on exact location here

Readers should note that this feature is currently only available in select regions. Also, if you are traveling, you may need to turn on for individual locations manually.

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Sanjit
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I am Sanjit Gupta. I have completed my BMS then MMS both in marketing. I even did a diploma in computer software and Digital Marketing.

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