Nothing to do? Nothing to do? Put some mustard in your shoe, Fill your pockets full of soot, Drive a nail into your foot, Put some sugar in your hair, Place your toys upon the stair, Smear some jelly on the latch, Eat some mud and strike a match, Draw a picture on the wall, Roll some marbles down the hall, Pour some ink in Daddy’s cap—- Now go upstairs and take a nap.
So, this would ideally be fixed. And it would make room for a feature I’d really like to see in every weather widget, on the phone or TV or wherever:yesterday’s weather. The point would be to give me some indication of how much cooler/warmer I should expect to feel as compared to yesterday. See, I don’t really know how to judge absolute temperature values. Which coat do I grab at 55º? How about 43º? If, however, I knew that it would be 8º cooler than the previous day, I could act appropriately.
Ah. For that I rely on i.wund.com. It doesn’t give me yesterday’s temperature, but it does tell me if today will be Cooler or Warmer or nearly the same.²
If the temperature jump is more than 10°, it adds a modifier, i.e. “Much cooler” or “Much warmer”. I’ve tried other apps, but for this feature alone this web app has been my go-to weather check for more than three years.³ Check it out.
¹AKA the CEO. ²Boldface [sic], plus it makes “Warmer” red and “Cooler” blue for <1 second glanceability. ³I even prefer it on the desktop to wund.com, which takes longer to load and for incomprehensible reasons omits the “Cooler/Warmer” summary.