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Weather is an in-game phenomenon that mimics a Trainer's real-world weather experience. The current weather is reflected in the Map View and capture phase. Weather conditions make Pokémon of certain types stronger and cause their attacks to be more effective. Pokémon will appear more frequently in wild and award more Stardust when captured; depending on what the weather condition is.[1]

Types of weatherEdit

There are eight types of weather conditions that occur in-game.

ClearEdit

Clear weather, also reffered as Sunny.

Boosted types:

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Partly CloudyEdit

Boosted types:

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OvercastEdit

Boosted types:

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WindyEdit

Boosted types:

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RainEdit

Boosted types:

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FogEdit

Boosted types:

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SnowEdit

Boosted types:

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ExtremeEdit

If the weather outside is too dangerous, the game will issue a severe weather alert to notify the Trainer that they should seek shelter.

Full weather image:

GalleryEdit

Weather IconsEdit

VideosEdit

Pokémon GO - Dynamic Weather

Pokémon GO - Dynamic Weather

TriviaEdit

  • This feature was announced along with Pokémon from Hoenn region on December 6th, 2017, and released two days later.
  • Several weather conditions like Rain, Wind or Snow causes respective visual effects in Pokémon encounter screen.
  • Pokémon boosted by weather appear with additional spinning, bright-blue ring beneath them in the Map View when they spawn.

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