Pokemon Go’s Weather Week Will Air Next Week: Features, Raids, and More

Pokemon Go celebrates the Therian Formes with a brand-new event! A special Weather Week is expected to kick in next week, focused, of course, on weather-themed Pokemon.

The upcoming limited-time event is part of a bigger upgrade dubbed Season of Legends, launched at the beginning of March. This event features the most popular Legendaries and Trainers from the series, sparkling up the in-game experience. 

Therian Forme Tornadus, Therian Forme Landorus, and the Therian Forme Thundurus are the Legendary Forces of Nature trio, ready to debut in the Weather Week.

Here is what you need to know.

Weather Week Release Date Details

The Weather Week will air on March 24 and will be available until March 29. The event is following the Searching for Legends and the Charge Up event.

Niantic has just confirmed that the limited-time event will mainly focus on heavy weather-themed Pokemon, allowing players to experience a sleek whirlwind of adventures.

Weather Week Features and Other Interesting Stuff

Upgraded spawn rates

According to Niantic’s blog post, Castform will spawn more in the will alongside Lotad, Pidove, and Vaporeon. All these Pokemon enjoy windy and rainy weather.

Moreover, Tympole, Pysduck, Swablu, Mantyke, Drifloon, Ducklett, and Poliwag will be hatching from 5km eggs!

Raid event

The new Weather Week limited-time event will also come with some sleek raids, so if you’re looking for a quest, you can try:

  • 1-star raids: Tynamo, Slowpoke, and more yet to be discovered;
  • 3-star raids: Pelipper, Swellow, and more;
  • 5-star raids: Therian Forme Thundurus;
  • Mega raids: Mega Abomasnow, Mega Houndoom, and Mega Manectric.

Bonus features

Remember that catching Pokemon during the Weather Week event will get you some sweet extra stardust! 

Also, Niantic announced more surprises are yet to be discovered by every player. The Weather Week limited-time event will air on March 24, so make sure not to miss a thing!

Georgia Nica
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