By AfterTen Software
Open the Mac App Store to buy and download apps.
• Weather in the Menubar
• Weather in a window
• Weather in the dock
WeatherMan grabs and displays weather information for cities worldwide.
Weather three ways for as many cities as you'd like.
Check out the screen shot!
Using data from the National Weather Service, WeatherMan shows...
• Current Conditions
• Extended Forecasts - Highs, Lows, Chance of precipitation, etc.
• Weather Alerts - Severe and general alerts like Tornado, Thunderstorm, Flood, Blizzard, etc. (US Cities Only)
• Radar - Current NexRad radar images - Animated, if you like. (US Cities Only)
• Custom Images - Can pull images from the web using any URL including satellite images
To add a new city use the "File Menu" or application preferences.
See the AfterTen website for a simple quick start guide.
AppleScript support - Using AppleScript extract the weather data to use in other applications.
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What's New in Version 2.7.0
Updates for Yosemite compatibility.
Very happy to see this program back!
I used earlier version of this program for several years and though it did everything I wanted. I know the author had trouble a few years ago keeping up with changes to how the source data was served up. They would change something and the Weatherman was broken for a day or two. The author was very quick and responsive to updates and addressing those issues but I stopped using the program for two or three years. Nothing better ever came along.
I am happy to have my old friend back and running in Yosemite!
It’s nice to be able to see how the weather is in an area where my friends and relatives live. I find the amount of information useful and not excessive.
This app gets better each time it is upgraded, and the last two itterations have been very reliable.
My friends are always telling me about this app and that, but I like Weatherman just fine — and it likes my iMac!