Using the New Mac Weather App

macOS Ventura includes a new Weather app, as does iPadOS 16. You can get current conditions and forecasts for your locations and anywhere around the world. The information and maps are quite detailed.

Comments: 21 Responses to “Using the New Mac Weather App”

    Lloyd
    1 month ago

    Who makes this app and how do you get it. I have the latest update Ventura and its not on my M2 MacAir.

    1 month ago

    Lloyd: It is part of macOS. If you have macOS Ventura, then you have this app on your Mac. Just look for it in LaunchPad or using Spotlight.

    robert gramling
    1 month ago

    Thanks Gary. Been trying to find and download Apple Weather. Right under my nose. (Ventura) Can it be moved (or duplicated ) from the dock into Favorites on Safari? Bob

    1 month ago

    Robert: Weather is an app. You can't bookmark an app in a web browser like that. Favorites in Safari is for favorite web sites, not apps.

    Ira Abramowitz
    1 month ago

    The Sunset Box incorrectly displays the sunrise time (about an hour off). When I click on the box to show further details then the sunrise is correct. This happens for three of my saved cities. Today is Saturday, 05 November, so perhaps this error deals with the time change

    Ira Abramowitz
    1 month ago

    Probably the Sunset box shows the next sunrise, which is in standard time and the details show the last sunrise, which is in daylight time

    Ira Abramowitz
    1 month ago

    Probably the Sunset box shows the next sunrise, which is in standard time and the details show the last sunrise, which is in daylight time

    David Green
    4 weeks ago

    Since I reinstalled Ventura (and did Time Machine restore after problems) I no longer have the weather (or clock) apps.

    4 weeks ago

    David: So when you go to your /Applications folder, they aren't there? How about in /System/Applications?

    Shirley Eileen Schutt
    4 weeks ago

    I have MacOS Catalina....went app store and bought Mac Weather app, put it on my Mac and now it won't come up....just the logo....does it not work on Catalina? and if it doesn't how do I cancel and get a refund?....I apparently have it on my iPhone 12 because my weather app isn't acting like it did before....

    4 weeks ago

    Shirley: The Mac Weather app is only available as part of macOS Ventura. It isn't in the Mac App Store. It is free. You can't get it with Catalina. I'm guessing you bought a third-party Weather app, not the one from Apple.

    Bob Namen
    4 weeks ago

    Somewhere along the line I deleted the weather app on my iPad. Can you tell me how I can get it back? Thank you

    4 weeks ago

    Bob: You can download it from the App Store. Make sure you are getting the one by "Apple" not some other company.

    David McCray
    4 weeks ago

    I went to finder in macOS 12.6 and there isn't even 1 weather app? can I get this app?

    David McCray
    4 weeks ago

    Monterey

    4 weeks ago

    David: This app is part of macOS Ventura (macOS 13). You need to update to get it.

    David McCray
    3 weeks ago

    can I get a link to update to macOS Ventura? I have a 2020 M1 Mac mini. I've searched high & low to get a link to download this OS, but can't find it

    thanks!!

    3 weeks ago

    David: Go to System Preferences, Software Update.

    Charles Solomon
    3 weeks ago

    This is the first commonly used weather app that shows recent precipitation, a very useful item.

    Sarah Balfour
    7 days ago

    I am unable to add location to list as it's greyed out in the menu and the key combo doesn't work, either. I'm running Ventura 13.0.1 on an M1 Max MacBook Pro. I can change the widget fine, but I have need to add locations to the app list. I have 2 accounts on my MBP and it's the same in each. Don't understand why there can't be a search box as there is on the iPadOS 16 app. Everything works fine on my iPad Pro. I can't post a screenshot here, of course.

    7 days ago

    Sarah: To add a location, first use the Search box at the top right to search for that location. Type something in there and press Return and let the weather information for that area load. Then you'll be able to click the Add button that appears next to the search box or use the menu item.

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