I've tried a lot of these weather apps. Problem is, the results are only as good as the weather service to which each one subscribes, and an otherwise mediocre program + an accurate and reliable service gives more satisfactory results than a great program + a lousy service. In the case of this one, it is giving me temperature readings approximately 20 degrees too high (I live in Southern California, if you live in central Iowa your results may be very different). So it's hard to review these programs per se. In this case I don't blame the developer for the bad results, but the result is the same -- for me this program is useless. And it's a great example of why users should be able to demo-test programs before purchasing from the Apple Store. As soon as I launched this program for the first time I realized I had wasted my money.