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Google displays Weather conditions using Weather Underground as per Google Web Search Features page. All weather conditions and forecasts are provided by Weather Underground, Inc. So, Google Now also might be picking from the same source.
Hey tolomea. I couldn't find a widget that could do all that but I did find this app that can. World Watch is an advanced world clock for an editable list of locations around the world. Includes sunrise, sunset, dawn and dusk times for the current or a given calendar date. Also includes weather conditions and a 4-day forecast. I haven't used it since ...
WeatherBug (free) seems to meet your criteria. Has nice widgets, multiple location support, and tons of weather stations. There is also a pay version (WeatherBug Elite) which removes ads and adds several additional features such as radar in motion and detailed hourly forecasts.
Separate widget app may be available in case when wigdet covers only a small subset of the main application functionality. However, for the weather app and weather app widget the main difference is the screen representation, the processing routines are almost the same. I'm sorry to say, but it's very unlikely to find the weather application with the separate ...
This isn't an Android solution, but I think it will work for you. This IFTTT Recipe will send an SMS if the weather condition changes to "Rain". Trigger (Weather channel) Current condition changes to rain Action (SMS channel) Send me an SMS message
Well the answer seems to be to use Weather Underground's iCal subscription. It shows up and it gives you more complete weather info. Only downside- it doesn't automatically pick up your location, it's hardcoded to a specific location.
Accuweather has two apps that give you "RealFeel" - Accuweather and Accuweather Quick.
My suggestion: look at Tasker, which is basically a scripting app for Android, and set up an alarm based on your weather app or a weather feed. While not an out of the box solution, I wouldn't think that there would be an app already built that does what you're asking so that's likely you're best bet.
The 'Haifa (Current)' display is the weather at the position your phone thinks it is currently located at. In other words, the 'Current' refers to current position. The other 'Haifa' display is the weather at the extra city location that you have set up. The displays show different weather because the specific locations used by your phone within Haifa are ...
First, in order to enable/disable the widget altogether, go to Settings > My Device > Lock Screen > Lock Screen Widgets > Clock or Personal Message and select Clock. This activates the following menu: Settings > My Device > Lock Screen > Additional Information That enables you to select whether to display a weather and/or pedometer widget on the lock ...
I will take the shorter profile for an explanation on how to work with this kind of copy/pasted profiles – and am pretty sure once you've got the idea, you can deal with the other one as well. Instead of a simple copy/paste, I will apply some structure to it, and add some explanations: Profile: Display Unlocked (61)1 Condition: Event: Display ...
The Google search engine gets its weather from a combination of 'The Weather Channel', 'Weather Underground' and 'AccuWeather'. The data on Google Now appears to be the same data...
It wants to know your location so that it can give you weather forecasts for where you are rather than some other random location. It's just your location that comes from GPS - the weather info will be downloaded via wifi or your data network. The app has permission to use both Android's coarse-grained (network-based) and fine (GPS) location services. In ...
I'm favoriting this question. I just installed diviClock widget this morning--http://www.appbrain.com/app/diviclock/divi.clock. it doesn't tick all of your boxes, but it has a 1x1 widget option (which I wanted and saves a great deal of space) plus the date (also something I wanted), and you can have multiple instances for your different time zones.
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