If you like free, basic, simple, USWeather might be one of the best that fits those criteria when you're looking for a weather app. I knew this app was out there for a while but didn't download it until a couple of days ago when I thought I would try it out and see if it's something worth reviewing.
It definitely is.
Also included is satellite information, switching to various loops or images as needed. Again, simple and straight the point.
It also includes HPC information such as precipitation projections, current fronts and weather maps.
It doesn't have a ton of bells and whistles on it but it does have good amount of substance. For free (I have yet to see ads but I do see an "as" designation as I'm guessing ads will pop up at some point), it's a good app to have for basic, simple weather information without having to open your browser.