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The Best Weather Apps for Windows 10



Weather itself has direct effects on nearly every part of your life. Weather apps helps to make decision to your dress code when you are going to work, or going for an outing whether you will carry an umbrella, and what your weekend plans are going to be. 


Do you want to visit a weather website to check the weather and see how it is all the time? A more convenient idea for you is to install a Windows App that displays the weather forecast and does an updates automatically. 


Many of the weather apps for Windows 10 on the Microsoft Store or desktop apps available online are not worth installing or they include malware.


Here are the best app of Microsoft Store and desktop that is available to be installed now and it is for free so you can be able to monitor the weather at all times.


Windows 10 Microsoft Store Weather Apps


1. The MSN Weather


The MSN Weather app for a long time has been the most popular weather app on the Microsoft store; for good reason. It has the cleanest user interface, a beautiful layout, and it’s very easy to use.


1. From its main page you’ll see your current local weather and temperature details below it. Beneath this, you’ll discover a "Nine day forecast" at a glance. 


2. Select the Maps icon on the navigation bar to the left to see a 2hr radar observation animation.


3. The Navigation link's that is at the top let you switch this view between several maps, including temperature, radar observation, radar forecast, precipitation, satellite, or cloud.


4. Another useful tab on this navigation panel is Historical Weather.


5. This will provide the last 12 months of past weather, including the Temperature, Rainfall, and Snow days.


6. Select Favorite Places to see what location you’ve added to the app to view the weather there. 


7. You can add more new places so you can be able to switch between locations whenever you like.


2. Weather Notify


This weather app on the Microsoft Store is a known a little. It’s actually one of the more beautiful weather apps for Windows 10, it comes with a transparent dashboard that’ll look good no matter where you place it on your desktop.


1. It includes an ad bar at the top of if, but it’s fairly unobtrusive, and the weather data that is provided on the main page is very useful and detailed.


2. It involves your location and temperature and details (your location will be detected automatically). 


3. Below this you’ll see a 7 day forecast, and a 48 hour hourly forecast. You can scroll to the left and right through each timeline if you want to see more.


4. Select the Settings icon to adjust location auto-detect, temperature metrics, and the background mode (you’ll have to restart the app to see these changes).


3. Simple Weather


The Simple Weather app that is from the Microsoft Store is aptly named, because quite frankly it’s simple. But simple doesn’t mean ineffective.


1. When you launch the app at first, for it to be able to monitor the weather for you, you’ll need to add a location.


2. Next, you need to choose the temperature units, update frequency, and whether or not you want to enable desktop notifications.


3. When you’re done, you’ll see a simple and clean display of your temperature, local weather, and barometer and also the temperature trends.


4. Select the radar icon from the left navigation menu to see a radar map over your selected area. 


5. Then Select earth at the bottom to choose radar details like mode (ocean, air, particulates, and more), projection, animation type, overlay, and more.


6. Select the Locations icon from the left to review the weather locations you’ve added, and to add any additional locations you’d like to see.


4. MyRadar


We have both a paid MyRadar app and we also have a free version with ads. When you first launch it, the map will appear so pretty simple with just an animated radar map.


1. However, if you select the map icon at the bottom right of the app, you can change the map type between roads, aerial, or greyscale. 


2. Select the Layers icon to add from an assortment of layer choices, including:

Winds

Temperatures

Clouds

Warnings

Outlooks

Fronts

Hurricanes

Air Quality (AQI)

Aviation

Orbital Tracking

Earthquakes

Wildfires


3. You can also click the Forecast icon that is on the far bottom right to check a detailed forecast panel on the right side of the page. 


This forecast display is one among the most data-filled formats, precipitation forecast,  including temperature highs and lows, hourly temperature forecastair quality, and a weekly review of temperature and precipitation.

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