Top app bar
I'm actually pro-navigation-icon, but this app didn't need a navigation drawer, as it doesn't have five or more top-level destinations, an important Android criteria.
No search bar
Google is, understandably, fond of search bars. But rather than displaying the current location in a search bar, I decided to go with a map pin icon next to text.
On tap, this swaps to a search field with a contextual back arrow. I also added a voice input icon to easily connect users with this accessibility feature.
No overflow menu
While I'm fond of the simplicity of the three-dots (or ellipsis) overflow menu icon, I couldn't use it in good faith. The overflow menu is for actions that don't fit in the top navigation bar, and I only have one action: settings.
Try out this interactive prototype
Scrolling future forecast
The next six days of forcast are automatically displayed at the bottom of the screen. For users wanting ever more info, the table scrolls to the right.
Figma makes it easy to see how my designs will look on a variety of screens. Their constraints system helps answer questions about how the UI will scale early on.