Lately, I’ve been getting a lot of questions on how to watch The Weather Channel without cable. At first, I didn’t really understand why. Then I discovered that The Weather Channel isn’t just for knowing if you need a coat to go outside anymore.
These days, there is a whole host of entertaining programs airing on “The Weather Channel.” I’ll get to those in a bit. First I wanted to go over how to watch The Weather Channel Online without needing a cable TV subscription.
Watch The Weather Channel Without Cable
The most affordable way to watch the Weather Channel online is through FuboTV. While FuboTV is known as a sports streaming service, it’s also one of the few streaming services that carry the Weather Channel.
The Weather Channel is available as part of a package that offers over 60 other networks like HGTV, A&E, History Channel, Hallmark Channel, National Geographic, and more.
The service costs $34.99 per month, but you can try it before you buy it with this 1-week free trial. The service offers the following features.
- Stream on Android smartphones, Android tablets, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV (4th Generation only), Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Chromecast, and most modern browsers
- A Cloud Based DVR
- Over 60 Channels included Regional Sports Networks, and Live local NBC, FOX, and soon CBS
The only other streaming service I’m aware of that offers The Weather Channel is DirecTV Now. However, it’s part of their “Live a Little” which costs $50 per month. If FuboTV doesn’t work out, you may want to give their service a try.
Weather Channel Shows
Aside from news shows to get the latest on local and national weather like “AMHQ: America’s Morning Headquarters“, “Weather Center Live“, “Weather Geeks“, “Weather Underground“, and “Weather Recharge.” There are plenty of long form Reality based TV shows on “The Weather Channel.” Here are some of the Highlights.
“Prospectors” – This show follows a group of miners searching rare gems and metals in an attempt to make a mint. However, this being “The Weather Channel”, the show focuses on how the miners deal with extreme climates, weather, and other aspects of nature in their endeavor.
“Highway Thru Hell” – Follows a local heavy machinery recovery firm help motorists falling prey to rough highways and brutal road conditions during Canadian winters.
“Strangest Weather On Earth” – Do you like oddities? This show takes viewers to locations showing the oddest weather and geological phenomenon on Earth.
This is just a sample of all that is available. Furthermore, everything that streams on “The Weather Channel” lives streams on FuboTV as well. Give the 1-week free trial a try and see for yourself.
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