About 100 years ago, if you lived in the UK you would have read everyone rave about Dark Sky, a weather forecast app available in the US that uniquely concentrated it's forecast on how likely you are to see precipitation, exactly in your location, in the next 50 minutes.
It's an app that is both useful and beautiful. It's probably been available in the UK for ages but I just discovered that it now covers the UK.
It has instantly blown my previous Met Office weather forecast app off the front page of my Phone. It's a brilliant exposition of form and function working together to deliver something useful. What's the likelihood that I am about to get wet.
Short custodial sentences for anyone living the in UK with an iPhone that doesn't buy this app.