Available on the App Store and Google Play
Home Run Weather is an easy-to-use app that tells you when the weather will boost home run chances! It provides home run index values projected for the next 24 hours for all big league cities. Click the buttons below to view in Apple App Store or Google Play...
Meteorology Meets Baseball
How will the weather affect baseball flight for your favorite team or player? Home Run Weather uses real-time weather data, years of game statistics, and physics models to determine if conditions will help or hurt ball flight. You get all of that math and science packed into one, easy to understand index for each ballpark location--an index proven over a full season to deliver accurate results.
Featured on MLB Network...
Home Run Weather attracts attention from fans and media alike. At the end of the 2012 season and in the heat of the pennant race, the Home Run Weather app was featured on MLB Network’s Emmy Award-winning MLB Tonight show with Matt Vasgersian, Harold Reynolds and Dan Plesac. The app was used live on the air to help explain the numerous home runs being hit that night in Baltimore and Boston.
MLB Tonight hosts comment on the large number of home runs on the East Coast that day and how the unusually warm weather seems to be a factor. They turn to the Home Run Weather app live on the air (at time markers 1:10 and 2:15) to see if the weather is favorable for home runs.
"Wow!" –Harold Reynolds
"I got an 8 out of 10...they were pretty on" –Matt Vasgersian
It was also named as one of the “best weather apps” by appadvice.com, presented on baseball web sites including projectprospect.com and sabr.org, highlighted on Baltimore's 105.7 FM, The Fan (audio clip), featured on The Washington Post and highlighted on Penn State University's nightly show, Weather World:
Penn State University meteorology professor, Dr. Jon Nese, gives a great description as to how the Home Run Weather app works during the Weather Whys segment of the nightly show Weather World.