How Dark Sky users can use the Apple Weather app

Dark Sky’s features have been integrated into Apple Weather. Apple Weather offers hyperlocal forecasts for your current location, including next-hour precipitation, hourly forecasts for the next 10 days, high-resolution radar, and notifications.

Apple Weather is available on devices running iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS 13 Ventura. If you're new to Apple Weather, here are some tips to get started.

Apple devices showing forecasts, maps, and the air quality index 

Get down-to-the-minute precipitation forecasts

Apple Weather forecasts precipitation at your location for the next hour down to the minute. This is available as a chart, a high-resolution map overlay, and notifications. Available for some countries and regions.


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View the hourly forecast for the next 10 days

Forecasted weather conditions include temperature, precipitation amounts, humidity, dew point, wind speed, barometric pressure, Feels Like temperature, and visibility. To view hourly forecasts, tap a condition in the location view or tap a day and select the condition you want to view.

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Use full screen, high-resolution weather maps

Apple Weather provides a variety of overlays, including precipitation, air quality, and temperature. While precipitation and temperature overlays are available globally, high-resolution next-hour precipitation and air quality are limited to certain countries and regions. In the location view, tap the map to expand it.

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Receive hyperlocal weather forecasts

Apple Weather forecasts are hyperlocal, down to 0.001° of latitude and longitude. This resolution is used to generate a forecast for not just your town, but also your block. It can also notify you when precipitation will start, down to the minute.

You can even search and save your favorite locations. In the lower-right corner of the app, tap the location list button to start.

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Get severe weather alerts with notifications

Apple Weather sends notifications for government-issued severe weather alerts and next-hour precipitation for your current location or any location that you’ve added. To manage these notifications, tap the menu button in the right corner of the location list view, then tap Notifications.

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Send feedback

If you have questions about the Weather app or suggestions for improvement, use our feedback portal to send your feedback.

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