There are a million ways to get information on the weather these days, Windows for one computers for another, but for a lot of folks, it’s still all about the Weather Channel, the ubiquitous channel. That, appropriately enough is all about the weather and that’s true more than everyone’s storms strike. Be it something like hurricane neon in the Gulf of Mexico or a blizzard in the northeast or lightning spark fires out west. But for those who no longer have cable television watching The Weather Channel can be surprisingly difficult.
We’Ll take the work out of it, though, and show you how to stream The Weather Channel online, how to stream The Weather Channel if you’re no longer a cable subscriber and are looking to stream The Weather Channel through one of the traditional streaming services in the US.
These also are known as mvpds for multi-channel video programming distributors you’ll find you have surprisingly few. That’s the bad news. The good news is that the weather channel is available on the most popular streaming service YouTube TV.
That means more than 5 million accounts already can stream The Weather Channel as part of the single YouTube TV streaming plan, which is of this writing costs 65 dollars a month.
The next biggest streaming service, on which you’re also able to stream the weather channel is fubotv, which sports just shy of 1 million subscribers at last count.
The weather channel is included there on its Base Pro Plan, which runs 70 a month for 139 channels, also available as The Weather Channel NS Ponyo.
Worth noting is that YouTube TV and fubotv also are the only streaming services that offer any sort of 4K option, though it’s mostly limited to lift sports, or in the case of YouTube TV also to a good bit of on-demand content.
And finally, you can stream The Weather Channel on DirecTV stream, but you won’t find it on the least expensive plan instead, you’ll have to start with at least the choice plan, which gets you 105 channels for 70 a month.
The Weather Channel TV epic, for whatever reason streaming, The Weather Channel, just isn’t your thing. There’s another option. The Weather Channel TV app is a dedicated app to watch the Weather Channel on your TV.
It’s not quite the same as their live linear Channel, but it’s better than nothing with it, you’ll get weather alerts and updates local forecasts, radar maps and on-demand shows. And it’s available most everywhere such apps are found, including Roku and Amazon Fire TV, which takes care of the two biggest streaming platforms. You also can find it on Android TV Apple TV, on Samsung, Smart TVs and on Xfinity Flex, The Weather Channel TV app costs three dollars a month or 30 a year.