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My Healthy Day Mobile App

Stay Healthy and Safe with CDC’s Weather and Environmental Health Guidance

A screenshot of the My Healthy Day Mobile App


The CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health and Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (NCEH/ATSDR) has partnered with the Weather Company to develop a mobile app to share CDC’s health messages and guidance when extreme weather conditions and environmental exposures of concern occur. These messages will help individual users prepare for and recover from extreme weather events such as hurricanes and floods and stay safe during environmental exposures such as chemical leaks or hazardous air quality issues.The app is available for both and Apple and Android phones and tablets and can be downloaded for free from the Apple App Storeexternal icon and Google Android Storeexternal icon.


If you live in an area of the country prone to severe weather events or if you or a loved one have health conditions triggered by weather conditions, staying up to date on the latest weather can help you stay healthy and safe. With this app you can stay aware of the weather no matter where you are in the country.  View daily and weekly localized forecasts, check live radar, and receive seasonal extreme weather and hazardous exposure guidance from the CDC for events occurring in your area. With a wide range of features available, the CDC’s Health Day mobile app can help you plan ahead with confidence.

  • Be Prepared: Make preparedness plans with guidance from the CDC during extreme weather seasons and breaking hazardous conditions.
  • Weather at a Glance: Check current conditions and the day’s forecast, view live local radar, and get severe weather alerts in your area all from your home screen.
  • Plan Ahead: Get local hourly updates and daily forecasts up to 10 days in advance, and real time radar updates to see where extreme weather is headed.
  • Weather Where You Are: No matter where you are, get the latest weather data and guidance, track weather at multiple locations, and opt-in for severe weather alerts from the National Weather Service.
  • When extreme weather or natural disasters strike, get CDC’s guidance about
    • Earthquakes
    • Extreme Heat
    • Floods
    • Hurricanes
    • Landslides & Mudslides
    • Lightning
    • Tornadoes
    • Tsunamis
    • Volcanoes
    • Wildfires
    • Winter Weather

For more information about CDC’s Extreme Weather resources, please visit

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