Unless you have been living under a rock, you have probably heard about hurricane Laura and tropical storm Marco and how they are heading straight for the Gulf of Mexico.
Cable and satellite TV may not be available in the areas being impacted by it, as well as the fact that there are others across the country who are concerned about the people in those areas too.
Here is how you can stream coverage of both storms:
- The Weather Channel: This is usually a go-to for situations like this, and thankfully since it is 2020 and with the way how cord-cutting has taken off, there are a few ways to stream this channel. Those methods are Frndly TV, which starts at just $5.99 a month, fuboTV (starting at $64.99 a month) and AT&T TV (starting at $64.99 a month on the Choice plan).
- Weather Nation: The best way to stream this channel is going to be through Pluto TV, which is a free ad-supported streaming service owned by ViacomCBS that will enable you to stream the channel.
Those are just a couple of the big and primary ways to stream coverage of both of those systems.
All of the services mentioned here can be streamed on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac.
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Feature image courtesy of CNN