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Almost everyone knows that you can get basic information about the weather, temperature, and forecasts through Siri just by calling a virtual assistant and then asking a few basic questions:

  • “What’s the temperature?” – gives the current temperature and forecast hourly
  • “What’s the forecast?” – provides a multi-day forecast
  • “What is the weather like?” – sunny, rain, hot, cold, clouds, snow, etc.

(In short, if you want to change the temperature format to Celsius or Fahrenheit provided by Sirin, you can adjust it in the weather application settings.)

Get weather and forecast from Siri

These basic queries are undoubtedly the most widely used, but there are a number of lesser-known weather features that are not listed in the large command list and that provide detailed climate information that is also readily available. With these questions, Siri will give you information on humidity level, wind speed, barometric pressure and dew point. Of course, this type of weather information is quite accurate and may not be useful to everyone, but if you’re a weather forecaster, weatherman or pilot, you’re probably pretty excited to get this type of information right away on your iPhone or iPad.

See moisture index

You know it feels dry or feels boring, but what about the details? You can get this information from your current location or other destination:

  • “What is moisture?” to obtain the humidity index of the current location
  • Or go by location: “What’s the humidity in Buford, Georgia”

Humidity index from Siri

Find the wind speed

Want to know if it’s windy or not before stepping out or moving to another destination?

  • “What’s the wind?”
  • Location: “What is wind speed in Santa Cruz, California”

Get the wind speed from Siri

Find barometric pressure (barometer)

Do you want to find out the air pressure here or elsewhere?

  • “What is barometric pressure”
  • Location: “What is Barometric Pressure in the Globe, Arizona”

Get air pressure from Siri

Getting a dew point

Wondering what Dew Point is in your current location or destination?

  • “What is the Dew Point?”
  • Local: “What’s the Dew Point in Durango, Colorado?”

Get a Dew Point from Siri

No freezing level =[[[[

Unfortunately, skiers, snowboarders, and fans of snow sports, don’t seem to have a way to get a freeze level from Siri, at least by asking questions directly like “what’s a freeze level”. This feels like a weird oversight, given that all the iOS code names are named after the ski resorts, clearly Apple employees are enjoying the white room, but this will probably be added soon … maybe in time for next season if we’re lucky.

If you know of more weather tips or interesting tricks with Siri, let us know via Twitter, Facebook, Google+ or email us.

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James Hogan
James Hogan
James Hogan is a senior staff writer at Bollyinside, where he has been covering various topics, including laptops, gaming gear, keyboards, storage, and more. During that period, they evaluated hundreds of laptops and thousands of accessories and built a collection of entirely too many mechanical keyboards for their own use.

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