Google is Testing a New Redesigned Weather Card Interface : Explore Here in Depth

Google is Testing a New Redesigned Weather Card Interface

Google's weather card that shows up when you scroll through Google Now or search for the weather in a certain city is adequately functional. It's white with most text in grey, clickable days, an interactive timeline, and some minimalist icons in grey, yellow, and blue.
What you see above and below is definitely not that card. It seems to be a new design that Google is testing with plenty of modifications, both in looks and functionality.



Google is Testing a New Redesigned Weather Card Interface
What's New?

The new card now expands to fill the entire screen and somewhat transform into a full-fledged weather app. Three tabs let you switch between views for Today, Tomorrow, and the next 10Days.

Google is Testing a New Redesigned Weather Card Interface

Unlike the old weather card, the new one seems to be color coded based on the time of day and the current conditions. Be ready to see gradients like you've never seen on Android since the Gingerbread days.

Google is Testing a New Redesigned Weather Card Interface
It also expands now beyond simple temperatures to show you more details about the day, including air quality, sunrise and sunset times, and various relevant health messages.



The new weather card doesn't seem to be widespread for now — only a few users have reported spotting it on their devices. Like all Google A/B tests, we might see it adopted for everyone or it may be completely canned or slightly modified. I for one am hoping that it makes it to release.