You might have noticed your TMRW Weather app has a new look. Thanks to your feedback over the last couple of months, we’ve been able to make some improvements. This article walks through our latest updates.
Your location’s current temperature is now displayed bigger than before. The first thing you’ll notice now when opening the app is the current temperature. Below, the temperature describes whether it’s cloudy outside and what the temperature feels like. “Feels like” considers additional weather conditions such as humidity, dew point, and wind gust because these factors can make the temperature feel either cooler or warmer than it is.
Beneath the temperature is a statement describing the high and low temperatures of the day, as well as cloud coverage. If there’s a weather alert in effect, you will see it displayed here as well.
New Summary and Hourly Display
Your forecast’s home screen displays a new summary and hourly display. The summary display is a snapshot of the temperature and precipitation for the afternoon, evening, night, and morning. The hourly display breaks down temperatures over a five-hour timespan.
Select “Full Details” to see:
- Wind Gusts
- Cloud Coverage
- Dew Point
- Air Quality
- UV Index
When you’re in the “Full Details” view, scroll to the right to see how conditions change over time.
For those with environmental allergies, the new Pollen Index display will make tracking allergens simple.
The pollen count is on a zero to five spectrum. When an allergen, like weed, is at zero, it means little no weed pollen is circulating near you. When the particles are yellow and more than zero, some of that pollen in the air. Finally, when the particles are red on the spectrum and marked at 5/5, then the pollen count is very high. In this image, tree pollen is high on this particular day and location as indicated by the red particles and 5/5 marking.
Air Quality Index
TMRW Weather tracks your location’s air quality in real-time. The air quality is displayed on a spectrum as well. The green side of the range means air quality is safe, while the red end means the air quality is hazardous.
To learn more about the air quality, click on the arrow in the upper right corner. For instance, if you want to learn more about what “Moderate” air quality means, tap on “Moderate” to read the full description.
Finally, you can now easily track the UV Index in your TMRW Weather app. UV stands for ultraviolet and is a type of radiation emitted by the sun. Levels of UV radiation can change throughout the day but are measured on a scale from 1–10. Tracking the UV index will keep you and your loved one safe from the sun’s damaging effects. Read more on the importance of tracking the UV index here.
You can glance at the 14-day forecast or click on a specific date to see an in-depth forecast. Additionally, if you’d like to track the weather for an upcoming event, select the blue tab that says “Track This Day” to set up alerts.
Finally, by selecting the “Alerts” icon on your bottom right screen, use our templates to create customized alerts.
Get notifications for:
- Daily Outlook
- Severe Weather
- Next Precipitation
- Poor Air Quality
- High Winds
Or, if these don’t meet your needs, you can also create a custom alert.