Jelle Dekkers' Weather Icons - Mono Edition
These icons were created because I wasn't satisfied with the selection of weather icons on the internet. I felt like none of them would really fit Google's Material Design icons or style.
So here they are: my weather icons. There are fifteen icons, as you can see in the preview image. They were all made using Adobe Illustrator CC 2019 with a 24x24 grid at 24px. The shapes are the exact same as in the Colorful Edition, which means you can use them interchangably. When using these icons, it is recommended to size them with increments of 24px. Doing this will make sure the icons won't look blurry. Fortunately, there is an icon font for this Edition of the icons. The font's name is WeatherIcons.
To use these icons in Rainmeter, simply set FontFace to WeatherIcons and set Text to one of the Icon Names listed below. For the FontSize setting, make sure you use multiples of 24, then multiply that by 0.75. I don't know why Rainmeter's font sizes are bigger than they should be, but they are. Below is an example of what that looks like.
- Preview image: Faris Mohammed on Unsplash.
- Made the icons more friendly by rounding some corners.
- Changed the mostly cloudy cloud, so it's bigger now and more distinguished compared to the partly cloudy cloud.
- Changed the fog icon, so it's less straight now.
- Optimized some shapes.
- The Illustrator file now has all of the raw shapes, instead of being the finished icon.
- Moved the rain and snow droplets closer together.