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 2.7.6
Bug fix for current conditions for U.S. Cities.
Bug fixes for International Cities.
Other general bug fixes.
Enhancements to the Radar and Satellite Animations.
Been using Weatherman for 15 years now.
Love the application. However a issue just popped up about 4 days ago, The Weather Underground Radar will not show and I have tried many cities in many states. It worked great just 4 days ago. Tried it on 5 macs all with same issue. I hope it's still being supported as it works even in Sierra.
Incorrect information and no support
I do have the paid version of this app and have tried and tried to like it, but…. have tried several times to get support through the website with never an answer. The app shows incorrect time, no matter which city and, now, primarily shows Celsius instead of Fahrenheit… for the United States! I totally give up.
simple, good, inexpensive
WeatherMan is perfect for quick access to weather conditions right in the menu bar. Lots of customization options.