By Gavin Wiggins
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WeathrClip is a small weather application that resides in the menu bar of your Mac. The popover provides current weather conditions, 5 day forecast data, hourly forecast, and an animated radar of your current location or user defined location. WeathrClip features high quality icons to support retina screens. And don't forget that WeathrClip is also available for the iPhone. All weather data provided by the Weather Underground.
Website --> www.weathrclip.com
Email --> email@example.com
Thank you for your purchase and enjoy!
What's New in Version 2.1
• update email address for support button to firstname.lastname@example.org
• fix deprecated initWithRect method
Was fine for several months than suddenly lost my local forecast. Was getting temps from Ontario and WA. Tried to again add my location, but would not take. Now, unless I want to know the weather in CAN, I’m out of luck.
WeathrClip 2.1: Useful application, great support
WeathrClip presents an instant, compact display of current weather conditions surrounding your chosen location, including current temperature, daily range, dew point, sky condition, sun rise/set times, UV, wind speed and direction, barometric pressure, relative humidity, and an animated weather map (which can be suppressed). The data is drawn from weather stations in the selected area, and updated at a user-specified interval. Click on the sun/cloud/moon image in the upper area to see a history of the conditions.
When running, an icon is placed in the menu bar. Click the icon to see the display.
The weather map appears to show a radius of up to 120 miles or so around the current location. It cannot be zoomed in/out, but the “WU" button opens the Weather Underground web site in a browser, where maps and more detailed information can be found.
I appreciate the immediate display of the map and local conditions, without having to go to a weather site in a browser.
The product support is great. In several years of use, I’ve had a question or issue twice, and the developer has responded quickly and attentively.