How do I know? First, it’s always that way.
Second, my Mac gives me a quick weather conditions update with a quick look to the Menubar. Third, here’s a strange thing I noticed about weather. My iPhone has eight different weather apps (weather forecasts and radar included). My Mac has only three weather or radar apps, and the latest is free.
WeatherSimple provides a quick and simple look at current conditions right in the Menubar. Click, and the pop down window gives you the forecast.
Both the Menubar and the pop down window display colorful weather icons so you can tell at a glance what the current conditions are, or the forecast for the next few days.
WeatherSimple works, well, simply. You’ll see the conditions in the Menubar. Click and you get more information.
The app doesn’t do anything about the weather, of course, but it’s easy to use and updated regularly so your weather information remains fresh.
With a few clicks you can add different cities and get their current conditions and forecasts and cycle between them with a click.
And, in case you’re bored with the standard white app look, there’s also a dark theme to match your mood when thunderstorms roll in.
What’s missing in WeatherSimple?
Hey, it’s free. It’s the current weather. It’s a guess at weather for the next few days.
To be honest, what every Mac weather app really needs is weather radar. I have a couple of those on my iPhone and they’re indispensable, and if the graphics are good enough, worth a few bucks for a Mac version.