Weather Strip’s groundbreaking week-long hourly view shows you the whole forecast at a glance, so you can more quickly choose the best times to go outside — or check on likely weather for upcoming events and outings.

Use the interactive map to see forecasts for any location in the U.S. — including mountains, trails, lakes, and literally anywhere you place a marker!

Extreme weather warnings are shown directly on the forecast timeline, so you can see exactly when the danger is expected — including storms, fires, hurricanes, flooding, landslides, and everything else tracked by NOAA meteorologists.

We take privacy seriously with NO ads, NO tracking, and NO third-party analytics. We only store location data on your local device, and we always use approximated locations when requesting weather forecasts.

We also respect your data plan, with optional background app refresh that automatically learns your habits, and the ability to view your recent forecasts even when your connection drops.

Weather Strip is completely free to try for a month. After that, a minimal subscription price helps us keep the service running. (Subscriptions automatically renew unless canceled within 24 hours before the end of the current period. You can turn off auto-renewal at any time by going to your Account Settings on the App Store after purchase.)

Forecasts are issued by the U.S. National Weather Service (NOAA), so the app is currently limited to the United States. Forecasts usually span 168 hours (7 days) but can occasionally be longer or shorter.

Designed by data visualization researcher Robin Stewart to help everyone get outside.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
57 Ratings

57 Ratings

rastamous ,

Great first version

Excellent visualization of upcoming weather information. Hope to someday see a radar view added, especially with wind visualization like the old Storm app from weatherunderground. WU’s current app doesn’t show cloud cover, which matters to me, but Weather Strip does so, nicely. The height of the rain graph shows percentage chance of rain, but it would be nice if light versus heavy rain was depicted by paler or more saturated blue, as well.

It looks like a nice start to an app I hope to use for a long time. It will be interesting to see how Winter is shown; can’t tell yet because only USA locations are allowed, and it’s not Winter currently. I tried selecting northern Alaska, but the app crashed, and I needed to delete it to get it to stop crashing on launch. But it’s a v1.0, and I don’t live in Alaska, so not really a big concern for me. Looking forward to seeing how this app improves. Saw the announcement for it on nine2fiveMac.

pierogiJoe ,

Loaded with information

I like how information dense it is. And without all the extra fluff other weather apps have. I can easily see the day and week all on the same screen. And the subscription is quite reasonable.

I might suggest: 1) a view when the phone is in landscape mode, 2) a cleaner icon, 3) onboarding describing what's going on in the week view (I think I have that figured out, but a few pointers when using it the first time would be nice.)

I've only been using it for a few hours but this might be my new "go to" weather app. All in all, quite a nice app! Good job!

jb41ios20 ,

Intuitive and easy! Needs widget and watch functionality!

First off, kudos for the privacy focus and 30 days free!
I like this a lot! It’s easy to use and read and loaded with great info!
Suggestions: in an unused portion of the screen, perhaps offer space for 2-3 saved locations to easily update the weather. For instance: home, work, and current. Allow custom labels for these. Also, having a widget and watch complication would be great and would take the place of what I’m currently using for both!

App Privacy

The developer, Math Easel, LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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