How to View Weather Stations Overlays in Weather Mate (A Step by Step Guide)
The unpredictability and aberrations in the weather conditions lead to the unavailability of accurate weather data. Against this aftermath, this article is intended to focus on another unique feature of the best weather app for iPhone and iPad called Weather Stations. Weather Mate utilizes the data contributed by more than 33,000 stations to add to the specificity of weather reports. Hence, accurate, reliable and hyper-local information about the current atmospheric conditions and predictions about future weather can be obtained by virtue of this feature. Follow the below mentioned step wise instructions to learn how to view Weather Stations Overlays in Weather Mate.
Step 1: Locate the Weather Mate’s Icon
Open Weather Mate by locating its icon on your iOS apps screen to be directed to the home screen.
Step 2: Access Weather Maps
Tap on the maps tab in the top left corner of the home screen to get access to the Weather Maps.
Step 3: Check Weather Stations Overlays from Map Layer Settings
Tap on the Map Layer Settings tab and choose the Weather Stations overlays from there.
Step 4: Access the Weather Stations Map Settings
Tap on the arrowhead opposite to the Weather Stations layer option to enter the Weather Stations Map Settings.
Step 5:Select the Temperature Map Style
Select the Temperature Map Style which shows temperature from -60 degree Fahrenheit to 120 degree Fahrenheit.
Step 6:Select the Wind Speed/Wind Gusts and Direction Map Style
The number at the top in the colored bubble shows wind speed whereas that at the bottom shows wind gusts.
Step 7:Select the Precipitation Map Style
It shows the Level of precipitation whether there is no precipitation, is its less than 1 inch or more than 1 inch.
Step 8:Select the Dew Point and Humidity Map Style
The higher the dew point temperature, the higher the humidity. The upper number in the small bubble represents dew point while lower one shows percentage humidity.
Step 9:Select the Heat Index and Pressure Map Style
Heat index is the measure of how hot weather feels to the body. The number at the top in the colored rectangle shows heat index and atmospheric pressure is represented by the one at the bottom.
Step 10:View Weather Station Info
Tap on any map style figure to get statistics for the relevant weather station in the pop up like its ID, type, location, coordinates, elevation and other parameters.