Weather watching must be genetic. No matter where you live, regardless of the weather, people find ways to talk about it, grumble about it, and watch it– even if there’s not much to watch. Where I live we have 330 perfect weather days every year (overnight low in the 70s, daytime high in the mid 80s, mostly clear with a chance for rain).
Still, I watch the weather more closely than most folks. Why? It’s genetic. Growing up in the Midwest, watching violent weather turn mild, watching heat turn to cold (and back again) within hours does something to a person.
As a weather watcher, both my iPad and iPhone have half a dozen weather apps, but none of them compare to Seasonality Core on my Mac. This is weather the way it was meant to be watched.
Here’s a look at weather conditions over time for a variety os cities.
Here’s a look at current weather conditions and forecasts.
Seasonality Core features options for multiple cities throughout the world, granular controls over which data is displayed and the timeline for graphs. There’s built-in weather radar and satellite data.
Visual cues make it easy to glance at the city listings to see current temperatures and conditions. Seasonality Core will download only four days worth of data for a given location, but the data is saved on your Mac beyond four days. A nice addition would be historical weather data beyond the previous four days.
There’s also a similar version called Seasonality Go for the iPad which is less expensive than the Mac version.