Severe Weather Check Removal Guide

Do you know what Severe Weather Check is?

If you doubt whether Severe Weather Check is worthy of your trust you should read our full article to learn more about this potentially unwanted program. Our computer security specialists say the extension falls under this classification because it may modify user’s browser preferences and could show him unreliable advertising content. It does not mean the software is malicious; it is just it might have some undesirable qualities. We will explain this in more detail, further in the article, but before we start, we would like to mention there is a removal guide below the main text if you decide to erase Severe Weather Check. Its steps show how to eliminate the potentially unwanted program from Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. Naturally, if you prefer using automatic features, you can leave this task to your chosen antimalware tool.

Severe Weather Check is available on its website called and on page, where users can find it with this ID number: heddedcjpankenbhoccbjdhkadmaagnn. However, we do not think there are no other ways to receive this potentially unwanted program. Many of such applications are distributed with bundled setup files offered on pop-up advertisements, banners, unreliable file-sharing websites, and so on. Therefore, to avoid such software you have to pay attention to what is written on the setup wizard. In some cases, you can see additional suggestions only after choosing custom installation, which is why our computer security specialists highly recommend doing so. Another way to stay away from suspicious tools is to keep away from web pages and ads distributing it. Meaning users should download programs only from legitimate websites and forget all about sites offering unknown freeware, pirated applications, torrents, etc.Severe Weather Check Removal GuideSevere Weather Check screenshot
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According to the potentially unwanted program’s developers by installing it, the user can “Get access to trusted weather website links and web search from your new tab.” We do not say this is not true, but the application’s description did not mention the search engine might be a modified version of Yahoo. Also, after carefully reading its Privacy Policy and End User License Agreement documents we learned Severe Weather Check could gather information about the user. Moreover, the extension’s developers claim they may “share your information, including your Personal Information, with our Commercial Partners in furtherance of our provision of Services to you.” We suspect it could mean the potentially unwanted program might gather information about the user’s browsing habits so it could display targeted advertising content from its third-party partners. What you should know about such ads is they could come from anywhere and if it happens to be a malicious website, interaction with the advertisements might be dangerous.

If all things considered you do not think Severe Weather Check is trustworthy enough, we advise you to erase it with no hesitation. Naturally, you can get weather forecasts easily and fast by bookmarking your favorite website providing such information. In such a case, keeping the extension to learn about weather conditions would be no longer necessary. To erase Severe Weather Check from the browser, we can suggest our removal guide available below. Plus, the potentially unwanted program can be deleted with an antimalware tool. If you pick the second option, choose a reputable tool, scan the system with it and click the given deletion button.

Get rid of Severe Weather Check

Google Chrome

  1. Open Google Chrome.
  2. Paste this link: chrome://extensions into the browser’s address bar.
  3. Press Enter and search for Severe Weather Check.
  4. Tap Remove and exit Extensions menu.
  5. Restart your browser.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Paste this link: about:addons into the browser’s address bar.
  3. Click Enter and go to Extensions.
  4. Find the potentially unwanted program and remove it.
  5. Exit Extensions menu.
  6. Restart your browser.

In non-techie terms:

Severe Weather Check falls under the classification of potentially unwanted programs, which means it could behave annoyingly or undesirably. Our specialists say it may change the user’s browser preferences by replacing his homepage or new tab page with a specific search engine. Most importantly, it seems the extension’s search engine might show modified Yahoo search results. Thus, it is possible the tool might inject them with third-party advertising material. Such content may not necessarily be potentially dangerous unless it originates from harmful sources and unfortunately, there is no way to tell where it could come from. If you think such behavior might bring you trouble and do not want to take any chances, we advise deleting the application. Instead of its search engine, you could use or any other reputable tool of your choice. To get rid of the potentially unwanted program, you could either follow the removal guide available above or employ a reputable antimalware tool.