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1weather request features

Hello

I would like to share with you some suggestions about the 1weather app:

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 adding rainfall volume in mm / inch. 

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 possibility to set/parameter the view : may be the hourly and extended views are just enough and simplier for me to quickly understand the weather forecast.

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 in the meteogram view: possibility to display a sort of grid in order to better see the data ( temp, likelihood of rainfall, volume of rainfall ).

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possibility to choose the data I want to display in a meteogram ( temp, pressure ,%, uv, wind,... ).

 

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In the precipitation view : display the rainfall volume in addition to the likelihood of precipitation. 

 

 

 

 

What do you think about this suggestions? 

Best regards

Sol Solstice

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We used to have precipitation amounts, but unfortunately, the precipitation totals that were available from our previous provider aren't currently available from the new provider. We are seeing a lot better accuracy both in geolocation and temperature using WDT vs. CustomWeather, so we hope this will be a worthwhile tradeoff for most customers. Should WDT make this data available or we find an alternate viable source, we'd love to have it back in the app.

I can definitely forward your other suggestions to the development team.

 

Eric H. -1 votes
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Man, amount of precipitation would be a huge deal for me as well. I'm in southwest Michigan; weeks like this, I don't need a weather report to know if it will snow. I need to know how badly it will snow. Unfortunately, I haven't found any phone apps that help, so I still have to look up my local station's website.

Jason Wood 0 votes
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Not having a precipitation amount is not a good tradeoff for anything. 1weather used to have amounts - currently, whenever I see a chance for snow, I have to start another app or use the internet to find out how much. Are we getting light snow flurries, or an inch, or a foot? I don't know, I can't make plans without consulting a second source. 1weather is hands down my favorite weather app, but I'm tired of the current situation. No precipitation amounts is a deal breaker.

Bryan Ericson 0 votes
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The last 1Weather release with precipitation amounts was 1.7 in September 2012.  Unfortunately, as noted in the original response we don't have a data source for them at this time. 

Eric H. 0 votes