If you are much more concerned about the climate and weather changes, then The Weather Channel will be the best choice. The Weather Channel is an American weather reporting channel that forecasts weather-related shows and videos. It will be hosted by popular meteorologists like Jim Cantore and Stephanie Abrams. For the Roku users, it is great news that The Weather Channel is available on the Roku Channel Store.

The Weather Channel will send you the weather alert of your location, about winds, humidity, moon phase, sunrise, and sunset too. Apart from this, you can even check the radar, satellite, future radar, temperature maps, and much more. You can stream The Weather Channel also by using the TV providers like AT&T TV and fuboTV.

How to Get The Weather Channel on Roku

[1] Switch on your Roku device and press the Home button.

Home Screen

[2] Select the Streaming Channels section on your home screen.

Streaming Channels - The Weather Channel

[3] Then, scroll down and select the Search channels option.

Search Channels

[4] Type The Weather Channel in the search box and press Enter.

[5] From the result, pick The Weather Channel app and click the Add channel option.

[6] Finally, The Weather Channel will get added on your device.

How to Activate The Weather Channel on Roku

[1] Launch The Weather Channel that you installed previously.

[2] You need to follow the shown instruction to get the activation code.

[3] Then, open any web browser and visit weathergroup.com/activate.

Activation Code - The Weather Channel

[4] Select the TV provider and then enter the activation code in the given field.

[5] Click the Continue option.

[6] Now, The Weather Channel will get activated, and you can access the full feature.

Related: How to Install The Weather Channel on Firestick.

FAQs

1. How do I get The Weather Channel on Roku?

The Weather Channel is available on the Roku Channel Store app.

2. How much does The Weather Channel cost?

The Weather Channel app is free. You can access it with the TV provider without any additional cost.