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 2.7.4
Fixed menubar bug where some text was getting cut off.
Fixed foreign city forecasts.
General other bug fixes.
I used this app in the early 2000’s and liked it, but it broke with OS updates and it appeared to no longer be supported. Seeing this newer version I again made the purchase in Dec 2015. At purchase it is broken. The radar image display fails to function. No image is displayed in the radar window. It was a primary criterion for my selection of a weather app, since many do not include it. The radar image to be displayed is designated within the app using a url (and can be changed). If I paste the same url used by this app (that provided with the app) into a web browser, the radar image is displayed fine. So it is an app problem. Alternative radar image urls that I tried also fail to display within the app. I contacted the developer and received no response within the week. A theft of $0.99. The temp displayed on the dock icon also sometimes fails to update to match that diplayed within the app itself.
a little rough, but works
Design is a little rough around the edges, but this definitely works and doesn’t crash. I’m using it on two Macs, both running El Capitan and have been using it for the past 4-5 years at least.
Also, did you all see how it costs $1?
What the heck?
The weather settings for this show at least a ten degree differnce than any other app. How can two different weather stations in the same city have such different readings? There’s no way to set another station instead for my location. Lame.