Glucose has released an update for WeatherPop and WeatherPop Advance, bringing them to version 1.7. WeatherPop is an automatic weather reminder designed to refresh current weather conditions directly to a users menu bar. The update ships with improved weather data and bug fixes. According to Glucose:
Glucose today updated WeatherPop and WeatherPop Advance to version 1.7.
Changes in one of WeatherPopis data sources starting Tuesday, Jan 7, resulted in some missing data in current conditions for US users. We are releasing this update to react to these changes in order to provide a high level of reliability to our customers.
WeatherPop 1.7 has the ability to determine whether or not a weather data source is missing data for the city the user has chosen and will automatically choose a different data source with more accurate and complete information. We are working feverishly on expanding WeatherPopis data sources and its ability to automatically determine the most accurate data.
We have also made a number of bug fixes, related to problems with forecasts for cities with negative temperatures, text forecasts that include elevation information and improvements specific to Canadian cities.
You can find more information about the WeatherPop update at the Glucose Web site. WeatherPop 1.7 is available as freeware.