Cumulus is a stylish desktop weather app for the Ubuntu desktop. It offers various settings, including an optional Unity Launcher temperature count.
Shake your umbrella in my direction if you can remember a bit of software called Stormcloud.
Umbrellas at the ready for another shower of discontent in the comments section: Stormcloud was once again Ubuntu's best-selling app last month.
Desktop weather tool Stormcloud has been updated with a handful of new customisation options, including temperature controlled background colours.
Desktop weather app Stormcloud was the Ubuntu Software Center's biggest selling app in February. Made by prolific developers Caffeinated Code (Lightread, Gradiator, Nitro), the $2.99 app supports forecasts for multiple-locations, and various unit reporting.
Made by prolific developers Caffeinated Code (Lightread, Nitro), the $2.99 app boasts a number of handy features, including customisable colours and multiple-location support.
Weather app Stormcloud - which featured in our list of the 2012's top new applications - has seen a new release, one that costs. Completely re-written from the ground up, Stormcloud 1.2 now supports multiple locations, 'chameleonic backgrounds', and boasts some extra animations.
The forecast for new weather app Stormcloud is looking even brighter, with the latest release adding several new customisation options. Stormcloud is a small weather app for your desktop that uses Yahoo! Weather as its backend to present a 5 day overview of weather conditions in a given location.
StormCloud is a new weather app for Linux - although soon to arrive on Chrome and Android - created by Lightread's Jono Cooper who was fed up of seeing 'so many beautiful apps on Dribbble that didn't get made'.