Web: Dark Sky is one of the coolest weather apps, providing minute-by-minute weather tracking. Up until now, it's only been available in the US on iOS or Android phones, but now everyone can finally use it on the web - including Australians. The website lets you explore the weather around you in a bit more detail than you can find on your phone. You can look ahead at your forecast to see a ton of details about the weather in the near future like temperature, humidity, wind and pressure. The company has also added some interesting interactive weather maps to the web version, so you can explore the temperature, precipitation radar and even the ozone across the world.
Dark Sky, The Up-To-The-Minute Weather App, Now Works In Your Browser
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