UV Weather is distributed through the official Chrome Web Store. Please navigate to UV Weather Page and click the “Add To Chrome” button.
Eerily accurate! UV Weather’s forecasts are powered by Dark Sky, one of the world’s most accurate weather services. Also, UV Weather presents unique AccuFeel Temperature. It is the apparent temperature based on temperature, humidity, cloud cover, wind speed, and solar radiation.
The accuracy of location detection is heavily dependent on your Internet service provider (IP Address). If the location chosen by your device is incorrect, please add correct location manually. At the top-right of the page, you will see an icon of a magnifier. Click over this icon to view Search section.
Although our location list currently includes hundreds of thousands across the world, the world is a big! If that is the case, please send us a missing place report and let our team know. In the meantime, searching for the nearest larger town or city should find a result.
At the bottom-right of the page, you will see an icon of a gear. Click over this icon to view Units. From here you will be able to select your desired temperature settings.
You can view the sunrise and sunset times for your chosen location on the Solar Times page. At the bottom of the page, you will see an icon of sun. Click over this icon to view Solar Times.
The temperatures in our forecasts represent the “air temperature” forecast – that is, the temperature that a properly shielded thermometer would record. However, there are factors which can lead to a day “feeling” hotter or colder than this value alone might suggest. Thus, the “AccuFeel” temperature is designed to give an indication as to when these extra factors may combine to make the apparent temperature seem higher, or lower, than indicated.
Your app will update automatically when we release a new version.
Probably not. We do a lot of text manipulation for our forecast data, and it’s not really feasible for us to do translations right now.
If you are using a dark theme Chrome browser and the weather icon on the toolbar is not clear, just active the “White Icon on Browser’s Toolbar” in the “Settings”.
We try to make sure there are as few technical problems with the app as possible. However, if you have identified an issue that is not covered by our FAQs above, please let us know.
This may happen sometime due to a plugin conflict, during a Chrome version update or if you accidentally disabled the plugin in a Chrome Toolbar. To enable UV Weather, please navigate to chrome://extensions page in Chrome, locate UV Weather and click Enable.
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