|55 degrees and sunny –– a crisp fall day would be fine right about now.|
When I wake up, check my email, and see my personal daily weather forecast from Poncho, my morning starts on the right foot, even if the temperatures are not as warm as I’d like. With each forecast comes an adorable message that puts me in a good mood from the get-go. And, I am far from a morning person!
☁ ☀ UM, CAN WE “FROLIC” YET? HIGH OF 46
Temps rise to the high 40s today, & partly cloudy. Hear that? The hills are alive with the sound of brunching.
This is no ordinary weather forecast. This cute message is from Poncho, a personalized weather delivery service bringing the NYC forecast to my inbox every day. Finding out what to expect for the day –– even if the weather isn’t exactly how I’d order it –– is just one less thing I have to worry about. And Poncho always delivers in the simplest fashion with style and personality, like this message with a little action:
☁ ☀ UPDATE: NOT YET SPRING. HIGH OF 35
It’s an uphill battle to spring, and we are all ready to shut the door on winter. Temps rise from the low 20s to the mid 30s this afternoon.
With Poncho, I can select my wakeup time; commute time on the subway, Metro North and the LIRR; check pollen count during allergy season; get a reminder to walk my dog; and also find out the latest on alternate side parking. (This last one is a must if you own a car in NYC.) Poncho plans to add extended forecast details in the future.
If you live in New York City, you can sign up to receive your very own weather updates from Poncho here. Spread the word and get five friends to sign up too, then you’ll get a Poncho umbrella for all those rainy days on the way in April. Just remember, the sunshine follows.
And if you don’t live in NYC, have no fear because Poncho is expanding soon. Just sit tight until Poncho comes to your area. In the meantime, to stay in the know, follow Poncho on Facebook and Twitter, and if you want to send Poncho fan mail and catnip, I’m sure they would love it.
This post was sponsored by Poncho. Where’s the catnip?