It basically wraps the same underlying information in a cleaned up interface.
Launch it and you’re greeted by a picturesque shot of a cloud-filled blue sky that yields to an interface tutorial.
The new default layout — the weather tab’s “now” view — positions the locales and temperatures center-screen in large font with a drop-down option to view details like wind speed, UV index, visibility, etc.
You can now swipe instead of tapping between locations, and the new background wallpaper images shift to reflect the weather outside in realtime: The “mostly cloudy” image I’m looking at for Orlando, Florida this morning is a snapshot of what looks like stratus and cumulus clouds hovering in a deep blue sky. It’s a dramatic improvement over the previous version’s dismal solid black background. More