The Weather Channel app has been updated for Windows 10 Mobile, bringing with it the new user interface that has been included in previous iOS and Android versions.
While the new update does not have a published change log, the Weather Channel app definitely has a new look, ditching the old UI that placed the current temperature inside a circle with one that showcases the local weather situation with a small icon, temperature and alerts for possible future changes. It also has a new splash screen and a new "first time experience" screen.
At the moment, it looks like just the Windows 10 Mobile version has been updated, with the Windows 10 PC version retaining the old UI. If you happen to notice anything else in this new version, let us know in the comments.
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