WeatherbugDirect didn't work for me(wasn't showing anything on the icon), and after I set my city...whenever I clicked the WeatherBug icon(big red spot), it would take me to a web page instead of a program. It got deleted after that. No web apps.
WeatherEye would be beyond awesome if they offered a metric/standard global setting, and if you could check weather for all zip codes instead of just larger cities.
BBWeather is was very picky when my reception was 1X. It also likes to do nothing at all when I click on Update or Forecast...and doesn't let me re-open that little menu again for several hours, or until I do a battery pull.
The regular WeatherBug app is a trial version, with a monthly fee afterwards if I'm correct. I haven't tried this one, mainly because I don't want to increase my phone bill.
I'm about to try the Weather Channel app posted above, and will update once I get it installed.