The apps are pretty useful, but there are a couple things I would like, including a more-visible clock, and a localized weather radar display when stormy weather is about.
The Weather Underground has WunderMap, a display of U.S.-based weather information. I am not a fan of their web interface, but the full-screen version for iOS devices is superb. It shows squall-lines of incoming thunderstorms, snow, ice, and other driving-relevant weather events.
Ches's Tesla Weather radar page.
There are have been a few questions and comments. Here are some answers:
I want the screen to respond to three taps: on the left, zoom in a bit, on the right, zoom out a bit, and in the center, refresh the display. (It should redisplay automatically over time, and as the position changes.)
Also, a privacy note. The app seems to re-access my web server for each update. I don't want that, but don't know how to suppress the reload at this moment. I do log all web queries to my web servers, and keep the logs indefinitely. None of the queries to my servers contain location data, so I don't get that information. I do get your IP address. (Interestingly enough, some of the queries are from IPv6 sites. I guess the future is coming...)