WeatherMan Lite

Developer: AfterTen Software

Current Version: 2.7.6

Last Updated: 9 months ago

Download Size: 11.5 MB - Download


WeatherMan Lite grabs and displays weather information for a single city
Choose from thousands of cities worldwide.
For multiple cities buy the full version of WeatherMan from the App Store.

You get Weather three ways for a single city.

• Weather in a window
• Weather in the menubar
• Weather in the dock

Check out the screen shot!

Using data from the National Weather Service, WeatherMan Lite shows...
• Current Conditions
• Extended Forecasts - Highs, Lows, Chance of precipitation, etc.
• Weather Alerts - Severe and general alerts like Tornado, Thunderstorm, Flood, Blizzard, etc. (US Cities Only)
• Radar - Current NexRad radar images - Animated, if you like. (US Cities Only)
• Custom Images - Can pull images from the web using any URL including satellite images

To see a new city choose "Add U.S. City" from the "File" menu.
See the AfterTen website for a simple quick start guide.

AppleScript support - Using AppleScript extract the weather data to use in other applications.

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Release Notes:

Bug fix for current conditions for U.S. Cities.
Bug fixes for International Cities.
Other general bug fixes.
Enhancements to the Radar and Satellite Animations.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 2.7.4
Review by hamiltonrrwatch

it’s FREE folks - Like many who download apps and don’t bother to learn set up, I see a lot of negative reviews posted that potential users should take with a grain of salt. There is a learning curve, but there’s no contest as to Weatherman’s accuracy compared to other offerings. I trashed Meteorologist, a mac staple, for Weatherman because its current developer can’t seem to get the bugs fixed. Before you spam AfterTen's virtually full-featured FREE piece of software, take the time to set it up properly. In fact, I liked the FREE offering so much, I purchased the paid version. One nit; make the weather icons clearer and sharper for retina displays.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
Version 2.4.2
Review by Jamelot

This weather app is not accurate - For my location the temputure is not accurate to the weather app on my iPhone.

Found helpful by 4 out of 9 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 2.7.6
Review by ooshnoo

Good app. - Been using this app even before the App Store existed, and it’s always worked well for me. Lots of customization options and fairly accurate reporting.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
Version 2.7.6
Review by The Taxi Dogg

The best for ME!! - I live in the Greater Los Angeles area so weather is always good. All I really need is temperature trend and, in winter, chance of rain info. But, if you are a weather nerd, (as I am) I love the radar and long-range forecasting. The best option for weather, imho, is Firefox’s “ForecastFox”. But, if you don’t want to use yur browser, WeatherMan Lite can’t be beat.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
Version 2.7.6
Review by AnnoyedAtThisApp

Busy Idle bug, do NOT use ESPECIALLY on laptops - This software worked well for quite a while (since I had to give up Son of Weather Grok), but a while ago it started running my wife’s CPU to 100%, which is clearly a major problem - especially on a laptop, where it kills the battery quickly. Recently it started doing it on my Air as well. Time to look for another program. :-( Prior to this problem, this was a 3.5 star program - adequate, not great. Update: Still a problem as of version 2.7.6, and I've finally gotten rid of it. I'm now using Meteorologist 2.0.5, which is free (google for it, I don't think it's on the app store). Meteo is also not great, but it's good... and so far, it hasn't screwed up.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
Version 2.7.6
Review by ben-marko

Don’t bother - Great UI - lots of windows to cater to weather nerds and one easy to read one for those who want a simpler UI. But it stubbornly refuses to update to anything but the default city…which is in Michigan. ?!? I live in Joshua Tree, California. Needless to say, when rain is forecast for three days straight with temps in the mid-50’s F, you KNOW something isn’t right. I even tried changing the location several times, and it never worked. Plus, you can only change the default city - if you try to add more, it just changes the default location. Ugh. Steer well clear of this turkey until the devs fix its glaring flaws.

Found helpful by 0 out of 3 people