1Weather may be the most beautiful weather app you’ve ever seen, but don't let that fool you, it’s also extremely powerful.
Designed to provide you with essential info at a glance, but with in-depth weather data only a swipe or tap away, 1Weather is perfect for both casual users and serious weather watchers. Our iPad layout has been improved and now offers popover menus and scrollable cards.
Track and view weather forecasts and current conditions for “My Location” to get real-time updates wherever you go, or add any location you choose. 1Weather supports millions of locations worldwide.
Whether you want to check the temperature, precipitations forecast, Doppler radar, or simply keep up with the current phases of the sun and moon, 1Weather has you covered.
Track current conditions and forecasts for your location and up to 12 locations of your choosing. Access graphs, precipitation forecast, maps and informative weather videos. U.S. locations receive Severe Weather Alerts from the National Weather Service (NWS). For your convenience, quick access to weather radar is available from every screen. You'll have access to:
Feels like Temperature, Wind Speed and Direction, Visibility, Humidity, UV Index, Barometric Pressure, Dew Point, Percentage Chance of Precipitation for the Next Hour (POP).
Hourly – 2 day / 48 Hour
Detailed – 1.5 days, detailed
Extended – 10 days
12 Week – a 1Weather app exclusive, U.S. locations receive the 12 Week PRECISON CAST from renowned meteorologist Gary Lezak. A must for planning weddings, vacations, reunions, parties, and other outdoor events! Features video and text forecasts.
Share screenshots and forecast info to email and social media
7 hours of temperature highs and percent chance of precipitation
1 week of temperatures highs and lows percent chance of precipitation
Next hour and 7-day percentage chance
Forecast Discussion from the National Weather Service (U.S. only) accessible from the “more” menu with information on severe weather, Marine forecasts (where applicable), Aviation forecasts, and more
Fullscreen mode with Zoom
Standard, Satellite, and Hybrid map views
User adjustable layer opacity
Radar, Clouds, Surface Temperature, Dew Point, Relative Humidity, Wind Speed, UV Index
Severe Weather Layers:
Fire, Floods, Fog, Freezing, Hurricane and Tropical, Hurricane and Tropical Tracks, Ice, Snow, Storm and Tornados, Wind, Winter
Sun & Moon:
Track Sunrise and Sunset Time.
Lunar (Moon) Phases: First Quarter, Waxing Crescent, New Moon, Waning Crescent, Third Quarter, Waning Gibbous, Full Moon, Waxing Gibbous
Severe Weather Alerts with customizable push alerts for U.S. locations.
Temperature Units: Fahrenheit (*F), Celsius (*C)
Wind Units: Miles per hour (mph), Kilometers per hour (km/h), Meters per second (m/s), Knots (kn), Beaufort scale
Pressure Units: Inches of Mercury (“), Millibars (mb), Millimeters of Mercury (mm), Atmosphere (atm), Kilopascal (kPa)
Distance Units: Miles, Kilometers
+ Changed discussion text so it’s no longer proper cased
+ Fixed crash when choosing Share and selecting Save Image
+ Fixed issue with location search results getting hidden under the keyboard
+ Added support for iPad Pro 11"
+ Other minor bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Better than most
Been using the app for a 2-3 of months. A big improvement in the latest releases was to fix the upper case issue in discussion text, but readability is still a problem. The font is too small and white on black background is terrible for the eyes. Otherwise there is a lot to like. The fact that there is good discussion is a huge advantage over the other, shallow weather apps out there. The map features are ok although I wish it would display more than one overlay at a time. Switching between clouds and precipitation and wind speed is a pain. I’d like to see all. The forecast graphics are hokey and not all that useful, especially “precipitation.” Little beakers that slowly fill to display a likelihood percentage of snow/rain per day? Grade-school level. I think the developers are on the right track, though, and this app is the best since STORM, which I’m still broken-hearted about. I use the NOAA enhanced radar app along with 1weather to get everything I need, especially lightning strikes.
I need a good weather app that I can glance at in the morning before I leave for work as I have a long commute and the weather may be different at my work location, this app full fills this. I can quickly see what the day’s weather will be like.
I can also quickly see how the weather is at other cities as well.
I had the Storm app which was doing an excellent job but the developers decided to fix something that was not broken and ruin the app. I am happy i found this app and hope the developers don’t screw it up.
1Weather might just be the best all around weather app that I’ve tried. From my user experience 1Weather is quite accurate with both short term and extended forecasts. Your mileage may differ in your location, I do not know. The app is not updated very often and it has been a good while since the last update. I hope that the developer does not lose interest in this app because it is one of the better ones.
- 125.8 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2015-2019, OneLouder Apps
- In-App Purchases
- Upgrade to 1Weather Pro $1.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.