The channel is available today on Cox Contour TV to subscribers of the company’s Expanded Basic package or higher in several markets, including Phoenix, Cleveland and Las Vegas. Samsung TV Plus users with compatible Samsung smart TVs, phones and tablets can watch Fox Weather starting August 23.
“As the fastest growing weather service in the country, we look forward to welcoming Samsung TV Plus users and Cox subscribers to FOX Weather’s innovative, best-in-class service,” Sharri Berg, the president of Fox Weather, said in a statement on Monday.
Fox Weather launched in October 2021 and has been expanding its reach across traditional and free streaming TV platforms. The channel is carried on Amazon’s Freevee, the Roku Channel, Comcast’s Xumo Play, Vidgo, Plex, Fubo, DirecTV Stream, YouTube TV and Fox’s own Tubi.
Additionally, a simulcast of Fox Weather is available on some Fox-owned broadcast stations as a digital subchannel. In Los Angeles, Fox Weather is offered on KTTV (Channel 11.2), while the San Francisco area has access to Fox Weather on KICU-TV (Channel 36.3).
Other areas that carry Fox Weather on broadcast TV include New York City, Chicago, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Houston, Washington (D.C.), Phoenix, Seattle, Tampa Bay, Minneapolis, Detroit, Orlando, Milwaukee and Austin.
Fox Weather is also available through the Fox Weather app, which is offered as a free download for most popular smartphone devices, and through the Fox Weather website.