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A simple but smart weather app.

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Temps is a modern and minimal menubar application based on Electron with actual weather information and forecast for Windows, Mac and Linux.

temps screenshot


  • Actual weather information for any location
  • Four-Day weather forecast
  • Interactive hourly weather graph
  • Timezone support
  • Information directly in your menubar available
  • Rain, snow and thunder animation
  • Shortcut support
  • Minimal and colorful design

Keyboard support

You can use the following shortcuts for easy usage of Temps:

  • Cmd + Shift + W Global shortcut
  • Cmd + D Switch details (four-day and hourly forecast)
  • Cmd + S Open settings
  • Cmd + F Search weather for your favorite city
  • Cmd + R Reload application
  • Cmd + E Reload weather data
  • Cmd + W Search random city weather
  • Cmd + G Find your location
  • Cmd + Q Close application

temps screenshot


Run app

  1. Clone repo git clone
  2. Change to repo cd temps
  3. npm install && npm start


Builds app binaries for OS X, Linux, and Windows.

npm run build

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Download Github Releases (by Release)

You can download the latest stable version of Temps for Windows, Mac OS and Linux.


You need a free API Key by OpenWeatherMap to fetch weather information.

Because of this is a non-profit project, I'm not able to offer unlimited access to weather information by myself.

For the start you can use the built-in key to get the weather data. But it can be possible with heavy data traffic, that the service isn't available for this key all the time.

The apps are also not signed for now. So you need to grant usage by the system to run the app.


This application uses code from several open source projects:

The weather icons are made by myself. If you like to use them in your own project, you can find the icons on Github or Noun Project.

License License

Copyright (c) 2016 Konrad Michalik, This software is licensed under the MIT License.

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