Weather Line - Temperature Trend, Accurate Forecast, and Monthly Averages powered by Forecast.io
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⁕ #1 Weather App in 44 countries
⁕ 8x Featured by Apple
⁕ "My primary weather app" – John Gruber of Daring Fireball
⁕ Acclaimed by Daring Fireball, Marco.org, iMore, App Advice, 9to5Mac, Beautiful Pixels, MacStories, The Sweet Setup, MG Siegler, Shawn Blanc, and more
VISUAL LINE - Bold colors quickly show temperature, condition, and precipitation. Built for quick glances. Visual graph forecast by 48 hours, 8 days, or 12 months. Available Worldwide.
SUPER ACCURATE - Forecast.io super accurate weather data (19 different sources!) and hyperlocal rain prediction.
HYPER LOCAL RAIN PREDICTION - State of the art rain forecasting down to the minute in the US, UK, Ireland, parts of Canada, and Puerto Rico. Powered by Dark Sky.
MONTHLY AVERAGES - Average temperatures, precipitation, rain days, snow days, and more for any location in the world. Perfect for travel planning.
SEVERE WEATHER WARNING REPORTS - see and share NOAA severe weather alerts in US & UK.
◆ Zip codes
◆ Airport codes
◆ "Feels Like" temperature
◆ Average temperature for each day
◆ Chance of Precipitation (rain/snow/sleet)
◆ Wind speed and direction
◆ Dew Point (just added)
◆ Cloud Cover (just added)
◆ Sunrise time
◆ Sunset time
◆ Avg High and Low temp for each month (plan your vacation!)
◆ Average Total Rainfall for each month
◆ Average Daily rainfall for each month
◆ Monthly Snow days (for the perfect ski trip!)
◆ Monthly Dry days
◆ Monthly Fog days
BATTERY AND STORAGE OPTIMIZED
◆ Save space on your phone - super small app size (0.0016 GB)
◆ NO background location tracking. Ever.
◆ NO battery drain
Email with any questions!
What's New in Version 1.5
It's here! Updated for iPhone 6/6+ and more:
+ current temperature in the daily view! (most requested)
+ calendar dates in the daily view
+ GPS only while the app is open
+ optimized for iOS 8
+ increased to 10 locations
Additional iPhone 6/6+ improvements:
+ added Dew Point
+ added Cloud Cover
+ increased daily forecast to 8 days
+ increased hourly forecast to 48 hours
Thanks for your feedback and dedicated support!
Great, but have requests
The app is outstanding. It's clean, delivers information quickly, no scrolling or anything required. It's got great accurate prediction. I love the line graph concept. I enjoy using it and it's my main weather app. But the information it provides could use some tweaking.
I don't know what use dew point has to the regular app customer. Instead, I feel the day's UV index, amount of predicted precipitation, and visibility would be much better information to provide. My two cents. To make space, remove dew point and move sunrise and sunset into the hourly view line graph. And please make it so that I can scroll back from "now" up until midnight of the same day.
The best, Jerry
I've used a lot of weather apps and in my opinion they come in three flavors: those intended for a quick glance and those intended for research or reference.
This is the best quick-use app, far superior to anything else I've used. You do not have to switch screens to go from icons to narrative. Everything is on one screen. If you need to find historical fog densities in Fargo you should look elsewhere. But if you want to understand what's going to happen today and the rest of the week and then get on with your life, nothing beats this app.
Not bad...but not perfect
This is an alright, simple weather app. And for that it definitely serves its purpose. I have two minor issues.
1. The weather icons don't necessarily correspond to their weather condition visually. When I see mostly cloudy's icon, I think it'll be considerably sunnier than it will be. Now I can very easily READ the condition, but in the interest of a quick glance, this becomes an issue. Also, the overcast shows a little sun peeking through over the clouds. This is flat out inaccurate.
2. Very minor, but when scrolling through the hourly tab, it'd be nice if there were some indication of what day you're on. Not that big of a deal, just noting.