Forecast the weather with geolocation

#3 Product of the DayJune 05, 2016



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George Holevas@georgeholeva · co-founder of eventGLü
Does this work differently from Dark Sky?
Joshua Dance@joshdance · Engineer, Product, athlete, indie hacker
@georgeholeva wondering the same thing.
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
This is especially useful for cities like San Francisco that have drastically different microclimates. The Mission can be nearly 10 degrees warmer than Russian Hill.
Roberto Scaccia@robertoscaccia · entrepreneur | mentor | designer
Congrats on the launch @geppyp
Chris Short@chrisshort · DevOps, Sarcasm as a Service™
Out of the row of weather apps on my home screen, which one would you replace? I have Storm for radar and alerting, Dark Sky for timely precipitation forecasting and alerting, WeatherLine for good hourly forecasting, and Living Earth for the App Badge temperature and cloud cover.
I wonder how well this would work in the mountains to forecast snow conditions. Skiers are constantly looking for snowfalls.
Geppy ParzialeMaker@geppyp · CEO, INVASIVECODE
@marceaul actually we tested that here in the USA and it works very well.