You know what they say: ‘Everyone complains about the weather, but nobody does anything about it.’ The weather where I live is about as good as it gets with 330 nearly perfect days a year. Yet we still worry about temperatures, wind, rain, and one weather item most people in the U.S. don’t encounter. Vog.
Much of my day is devoted to slaving over a keyboard so I want weather information where it belongs. In the Mac’s Menubar, a single click away from the details. For that, WeatherMan might be the easiest, fastest, least expensive way to get weather conditions and forecasts.
WeatherMan comes in two versions; free and 99-cent, so you can try it out before upgrading to more features. Click on the weather icon in the Menubar and here is what you get.
WeatherMan pulls in data from the National Weather Service and displays current conditions, extended forecasts, weather alerts, and radar images.
Add more than one city to WeatherMan for multiple forecast locations. Unlike many of the one-click weather apps, this one works in the Menubar, the Dock, and as a standalone application.
And all it takes is a single click to view current conditions, weather details, multiple locations, and much more. You may not be able to do anything about the weather in your area, but this is one app that gives you what you need to know with a click.