Every time you pick up the paper these days there is another story about the wettest summer, the coldest winter day or the hottest overnight temperature. Climate skeptics will refute it, of course, but with floods in Australia and a drought in England you've got to wonder what on earth is going on. Personally, I don't think there is the slightest doubt that the human race is accelerating climate change but that's just a judgment call, I guess. The only way it will ever be proven is when we all go up in flames or drown in a giant flood. Voodoo Skies: Normal or Not? 2.0 is a free weather app for iOS that compares current weather conditions against a vast databank of worldwide weather information from history so you can make your own decision on global warming.
You know, when I was a kid i seem to remember that it would always rain the day that the circus came to town and wouldn't let up until they'd moved on to some other unlucky destination. Your weather memories might be different. Maybe you think that it always rains on your birthday? Now you can find out. And if you feel like it's never this hot in January then it's easy to just fire up Voodoo Skies: Normal or Not and compare. This newly updated version of Voodoo Skies may be the only weather app you need. Now at version 2.0, this free interactive live data visualisation compares the current forecast for your location to a massive database of previous weather observations for the same day of the year in history. As well as being able to search and analyze previous years' weather patterns, Voodoo Skies also features current and five day weather forecasts and an even more beautiful interface than before that reacts to the current weather and time of day. This weather app uses an extensive database of millions of weather observations from thousands of weather sources scattered all over the world to reveal weather patterns in unique and useful ways. With a beautiful and intuitive interface you can simply swipe between today and tomorrow's data or to show temperature and rainfall. At a glance you can discover the forecasted temperature and rainfall in your location in relation to weather history for the same day, month or all time. It also includes the current temperature, wind speed, humidity as well as times for sunrise and sunset.
Global warming? Catastrophic climate change? There's always going to be that guy down the bar who refuses to believe that It even exists. You'll get some old timers telling you that they've never seen floods like there have been of late and others telling you that everything is cyclical and humans have little effect over it. By comparing the current weather forecast in your location to a massive database of weather history you can easily compare it to previous temperatures and the rainfall patterns for that day of the year in history. Voodoo Skies is a great looking, free app that gives you all the information you need to back up your argument with pure facts and figures to help you make up your own mind as well as being able to convince others.