When the Weather Is Bad,
Where Are the People You Care About?
See friends and family who may be affected by Breaking Now weather news, so you can be first to warn them and stay in touch. It's easy to sign up through Facebook. Learn more below.
See Who's At Risk Due to the Weather
With My Friends' Weather, you can see who's at risk when a Breaking Now Alert is activated on Weather.com.
Once you have signed up with your Facebook account, Breaking Now weather alerts will include your friends and family who live in the affected area.
These people will only show for you, and only when you are logged into Facebook.
Have a Facebook account? It's a snap to sign up for My Friends' Weather.
1. Go to the My Friends' Weather app page on Facebook and log in. On that page, click the link that says "Visit Website."
2. Then click "Allow" on the permissions box that pops up. The next time a Breaking Now Alert is active, the red bar will display any friends who live in the affected area.
You can also sign up when a Breaking Now Alert is active. Click the "See Friends" link on the bar to sign up.
When you click, you'll be presented with a Facebook permissions box.
We only ask for the information we need for My Friends' Weather.
Stay in Touch with Friends
Once you have signed up, you can share the Breaking Now news with friends - click on a friend in the red bar, or click to see more friends.
Click a friend to share the Breaking Now Alert directly to the friend's Facebook timeline.
You can add a comment, too. Your message and the Breaking Now Alert will appear on your friend's Facebook timeline, with a link back to weather.com for more information.
If you comment on a friend's weather or notify a friend about a Breaking Now Alert, thatactivity ("notified a friend," for instance) will appear on your timeline, but we do not expose the person you shared to, nor your comment.
Visit the Weather.com Help Center for answers to your questions about the Travelers Insurance sponsored My Friends' Weather.
And they would love to hear your feedback on My Friends' Weather, so tell them what you think.