By Brandon Griggs, CNN
Today's mobile weather apps offer radar maps that show jerky movements of blurry storm systems, along with vague forecasts such as "40% chance of precipitation."
But what if your phone could tell you precisely when and where it will rain?
Soon it may. Jack Turner and Adam Grossman
, two web developers from Troy, New York, say they have invented a mobile app that makes remarkably precise short-term weather forecasts. Using radar data and your phone's GPS, it promises to tell you the exact minute it will begin raining or snowing your location, and how long it will last. FULL POST