As the rainy season heats up in the city, a new study has revealed a new way of gauging the wet weather conditions in Vancouver: using your smartphone.

The University of Victoria study found that if you tap a smartphone app on the dashboard of a smartphone, the weather in your area is likely to be different.

“We can actually look at what the weather looks like outside of your normal smartphone window,” said professor David Janssens.

Janssins research shows that while most smartphone users use their smartphone for surfing and messaging, when the weather is particularly hot, the app will display the weather on the weather app.

The study found weather information on the Weather app was displayed when temperatures were below 50 C and when the sun was at its highest point.

The team found that users of Android phones could see the temperature and the sun’s position at a glance on the app.

“Our research showed that the weather information that is displayed on the smartphone app is more accurate than what we’re seeing on our screens,” said Jansis.

The findings could help users adjust their behaviour in a climate where they may need to spend more time outdoors.

“It’s one of those situations where you could be spending more time outside,” said Jennifer Hogg, a professor in the School of Social Work at the University of British Columbia.

“You could be using the smartphone to keep an eye on your health, so that you’re aware of what’s going on and what’s affecting you.”

A new app to help you stay hydratedThe study was published in the journal Environment.

The study was led by Hogg and colleagues at UBC.

The researchers used an app called Weather.js to help people keep track of their temperature.

“I’ve been in the field for many years and I’ve learned that if there’s any type of heat, there’s always a lot of water and a lot more humidity,” said Hogg.

“So this app has been developed specifically to provide a simple way to keep track and manage your hydration and keep you hydrated during this very challenging time of the year.”

The app was developed in conjunction with the British Columbia Department of Health.

The app is available for Android phones and tablets.

It’s free for users of smartphones.

Hogg said the app is very easy to use.

The user simply has to tap the Weather.ios button and then choose what they want to do with the information.

“There’s just a small menu and a few options and you can customize the information to your taste and to what you want to see,” said John MacLeod, the University’s director of research and development.

The app allows users to enter their latitude and longitude coordinates, and the app calculates the temperatures based on those.

The apps data is stored on the phone’s storage device, which is usually a microSD card, and users can download it for free.

The data is also stored on a cloud-based server.

The application also offers a weather forecast.

Users can look at the temperature in real-time and can update their location.

The program also allows users a way to stay connected to their local weather services, which can help with getting accurate data.

Hogs study was funded by the UBC Health Science and Technology Research Centre.