Appy Weather: regular updates, responsive developer, clean user interface, toast notifications for precipitation warnings (with granular settings), backed by accurate weather forecasts from forecast.io... Comes for a price, though.
Accuracy depends on your location.
The site below tracks how accurate weather forecast providers like AccuWeather, Dark Sky (forecast.io), WeatherBug, and even the National Weather Service are when it comes to predicting the high and low temperatures as well as precipitation (rain and snow). You can view data for the last month or over the last year.
The results depend on your Zip Code.
Enter your zip code for checking accuracies of different providers.
Ugly UI and very unhelpful answer as it does not answer my questions and it is not an app I asked about.
Most would just look at the suggestion as a 3rd choice and maybe you would find it just as wonderful as I do. You'd rather snap my head off for trying to help. I won't bother to help you again.
Vieather hasn't done that to me ever so far, amazing weather is too large for what I need it for, plain basic app with metro design, transparent live tile, acuurate weather data.never used Appy Weather, heard good things about it, from guys who uses it in this forum but Vieather has issue where it keeps on forgetting location or unable to pull data. I don't know how it is now. Currently, I am using Amazing Weather HD which is good enough for me and also Blue Skies is not bad either.