The weather advisory for the UK has been cancelled due to ‘unusual’ rainfall conditions – weather.co.uk
Weather.co, the weather app, has been pulled from the App Store due to “unusual” rainfall conditions across the UK.
“Weather.co is temporarily suspended in the UK due to an unusual number of thunderstorms in the Midlands,” the app’s website states.
“This is due to thunderstorms that are occurring in a low-pressure area and a low pressure system that has moved westward.
This is the first time that weather.com has been temporarily suspended and Weather.com will be unavailable throughout the UK on Thursday.”
The app’s users will be able to access weather.info, weather.gov and weather.tv but Weather.
Co.uk users will not be able access these sites.
The app is currently down in the US and Canada.
Weather.gov, Weather.tv and the Weather app are not affected by the disruption.
Weather’s CEO, Jonathan Miller, wrote on Twitter that he’s “working to fix the issue.
The good news is we’re doing that.”
In a statement, Weather said that it was working with Apple to “remove Weather.net from the app store”.
“We are working with our legal team to determine how to restore access to Weather.NET, which we expect to be available in the coming days,” the statement reads.
“As soon as we have more information on how to resume access to the app, we will let you know.”
In the meantime, users can still access Weather.ca, Weatherbeat, Weatherworld, Weathercast, Weatherzone and Weathervault.
Weatherbeat is currently offline.
Weatherworld and Weatherbeat are both unavailable.
Weatherzone is offline.
Weatherbeat is also offline.
The apps were pulled due to a thunderstorm in the North Sea on Tuesday night.
According to the Weather.org website, a thunder storm “is the strongest category of weather.”
A thunderstorm is a weather phenomenon caused by low pressure moving westward and/or by low temperatures in a region.
Weather and Weatherworld are currently offline due to the storm.
Weather, Weatherwatch and Weatherwatch Live are unavailable.
It is unclear whether the app will be available again for people in the U.K. on Thursday.
The app has been downloaded more than 30 million times since its launch in December.