Also, every little girl should have a pony, world leaders should be required to meet their enemy nation’s leaders at Disneyland, and Windows PCs should be banned from the planet. Oh, and weather should be controllable from the Menubar, not just observable for current conditions and forecasts.
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Hey, if that’s all you need– current conditions and forecasts– then here’s the app that does the deed for a mere 99-cents, and it’s more convenient than most.
It’s cleverly entitled Temps; a Mac weather app that resides in the Menubar, gives local weather conditions and forecasts, works with the Netatmo Weather Station (don’t argue, just get one), and up to 10 more locations from elsewhere in the world, but only those places that have weather.
The Mac’s Menubar is becoming the de facto default location for all that needs to be visible with a glance, more visible with a click, making it often more valuable than Notification Center in OS X Yosemite.
What you’ll like about using Temps is the convenience. Select from weather reports for a couple of million locations, get current conditions and a three day forecast, sync up your location list (10 plus current location) with other Macs via iCloud, and a few extras.
Temps does sunrise and sunset, moonrise and moonset, wind, precipitation and the chance of precipitation, plus my favorite Feels Like, along with humidity, cloud cover, and atmospheric pressure.
And, that’s about it, but you can’t really expect much more for 99-cents.
What sets Temps apart from other free or almost free weather apps that live in the Dock or Menubar or anywhere else is compatibility with Netatmo Weather Stations (love the new ones which work with iPhone and iPad apps).