>I’d like to know if it’s going to be noticeably humid or dry, but only if that humidity level is unusual for the season and region.
Me too. Marco lays out some really good points and there is a reason I didn’t go into Weather apps on the iPad, it is just a much more difficult device to layout weather information on. Most weather apps on the iPad just make things bigger, instead of actually trying to figure out how to use the extra space.
Marco’s points on giving you the data only when it is relevant is spot on. We simply don’t need to see dials and gadgets for information that is, essentially, irrelevant (such as a wind speed of 0).