Weather 4+


    • 4.8 • 674.2K Ratings
    • Free


Weather keeps you informed about conditions including temperature, rain, snow, and wind. Check out the forecast by the hour for the next ten days. Use maps to help you explore weather patterns in your area. Stay notified about upcoming adverse conditions. With iCloud your favorite locations are always synced and easily accessible whether you’re on your Mac, your iPad, your Apple Watch, or on your iPhone.


Quickly check current and forecasted conditions by the hour for the next 10 days for temperature, wind, humidity, dew point, feels like temperature, UV index, barometric pressure, and visibility.
Stay aware of adverse conditions through severe weather alerts.
Follow precipitation intensity over the next hour by the minute.
Get more clarity about the weather at your location through relevant news articles.

Search for the weather at any location and save your favorites.
Conveniently check the weather at your favorite locations on your iPhone, your iPad, or your Mac.

Weather Maps
Track the path and intensity of storms for the next-hour by the minute or for the next 12 hours through animated maps of precipitation.
Observe wind patterns including direction and speed for the next 24 hours through an animated wind map visualization.
Explore maps that depict how conditions such as temperature and air quality vary near you.

Receive notifications when rain or snow is about to start or stop, or for severe weather events such as tornadoes, hurricanes, and flash floods.

Air Quality
Stay informed about the current level of air quality, how it compares to yesterday, as well as relevant health recommendations.

Historical Trends
Plan your future travels and events using visualizations of seasonal averages of temperature and precipitation conditions.

Sun and Moon
Track today’s sunrise and sunset times, and comprehensive details about daylight.
Learn about today’s moon phase, and moonrise and moonset times. Tap to see more intricate details such as the next full moon, and current illumination level as well as a full lunar calendar.

More ways to view Weather
See the forecast at a glance by adding Weather widgets to your Home Screen and Lock Screen.
Track the weather on-the-go from your Apple Watch.
Ask Siri questions such as “What’s the weather like today?”, “How windy is it out there?” or “What time is sunrise in Paris?”

Some features available for select countries or regions.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
674.2K Ratings

674.2K Ratings

J.J.R.A the 3rd of dukesbury ,

My opinion on the weather app

In my professional opinion, I believe that the weather app is an extremely useful tool in trying to tell the weather because it tells you the weather. In addition not only does it tell the weather, but it also tells you the temperature! I find this extremely useful when I want to know what the weather or temperature is because this app tells you what the weather and temperature is. HOWEVER…… there is a slight problem which I wish to be solved in the weather app which tells the weather and the temperature. I think that it should be able to tell you what the weather and temperature for future days are. For example if today is Friday and I know the weather and temperature for Friday, it doesn’t tell you what the weather and temperature for Sunday is. I understand that being able to tell the weather and temperature is difficult, but I believe in you, weather app creators. This is a call to arms telling you to please add this. In conclusion I would say that’s is the only problem with the weather app which tells the weather and temperature.
Thank you,
James Janquavious Richard Arlington the third of dukesbury

Chopwhiz ,

Better after ios16, still no Dark Sky

Raising my rating after updating to ios16 and seeing the Weather app is finally showing some evidence that they’re at least trying to incorporate Dark Sky features. Glad to see that it finally has multiple days of hourly forecast available. It still misses the mark in a big way for me. My biggest gripe is hourly forecast for Dew Point being buried in the “humidity” graph. Dew Point is the best way I’ve found to tell how “muggy” it will feel. Relative Humidity doesn’t give any such indication and is a meaningless stat on its own. For example right now the relative humidity is 80% but dew point is in the 30’s and it feels great outside, not muggy at all. On the hourly Humidity graph, it only graphs relative humidity, I have to scroll through each hour one at a time to see the forecasts for dew point. I travel a lot to un-air conditioned warehouses in the south/gulf region and dew point forecasts in Dark Sky have been my go-to for knowing how to dress and plan for the day. If it's 100 degrees with a dew point in the low 40's I know it will feel cooler in the the shade/in the warehouse, if it's 100 degrees with a 70+ dew point I know it will be like a convection oven, even in the shade with a fan blowing. I would prefer a tabular view of this data like Dark Sky had… at the very least give Dew Point it’s own graph please. Happy to at least see the data in there, but I continue to prefer Dark Sky.

Sbruceklein ,

Where is the Dark Sky functionality?

After years of correcting my family and friends inaccurate weather forecasts because I was using Dark Sky and they were using the Weather App, I am now going to be forced to join them. Apple says the Dark Sky functionality has been combined into their app, but where is the hour by hour for future days and the ability to switch between temp, precip and wind? And where is the “rain starting (or ending) in x minutes” functionality? Dark Sky was popular with people who do outdoor activities, like cycling or water sports, because what matters is not just the chance of rain in a given day, but when it might happen. If I’m planning an outdoor activity, 50% rain chance on Saturday tells me almost nothing. If the rain is happening at 1 AM, I have nothing to worry about. If it’s predicted around midday, I might. The weather app, like not forecasting media, is designed to get you to keep coming back - the 50% chance means you’re refreshing constantly to see if it’s changed. Dark Sky is designed to help you make plans and stay safe (heavy rain starting in 35 minutes might give you time to get under cover before a thunderstorm) - and to time your activities (the rain chance is in the PM, I’ll go kayaking in the AM or the wind will pick up in the mid afternoon - perfect time to go sailing). Now I have to find some other weather app. Unless they keep their promise and bring over the functionality.

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Data Linked to You

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  • Location
  • Identifiers

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  • Location
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  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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