% chance of rain on your home screen

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Kristofer™Hunter@kristofertm · #7 Product Hunter. E-Skateboard fanatic
Dark sky is a tough app to compete with, but this is a neat idea
Matt LathropMaker@mattlathrop
@KristoferTM Thanks! I see Raincast complementing Dark Sky. Dark Sky is really good at giving you notifications right before rain is going to hit, whereas the idea behind this app is to try and quickly be able to answer the question "Will it rain today?" by glancing at the home screen or getting a notification in the morning. Before going into work I found myself opening multiple weather apps to determine whether or not I should bring an umbrella. I use Raincast to quickly answer this question for me.
Josh Barkin@joshbarkin · Co-founder @ Janis.ai
Love how you used the badge notification to communicate this way
Ria Blagburn@riaface · Founder, GrowBeyond
Whilst I like the concept, I think a lot of people (myself included) hate badge notifications - I wouldn't mind a push notification every morning though.
Matt LathropMaker@mattlathrop
@riaface You can turn off the badge if you'd like. To still get weather updates you could set up a daily alert or two in order to receive local notifications at times you specify.
Carl SednaouiHiring@carlsednaoui · Head of Marketing, MailCharts
This is awesome, love the concept! Where do you get your weather data from?
Matt LathropMaker@mattlathrop
@CarlSednaoui Thanks. I'm using the National Weather Service's pop12 forecast data
Carl SednaouiHiring@carlsednaoui · Head of Marketing, MailCharts
@mattlathrop Nice! Thanks — will def give it a try :)