This is a set of weather icons I originally created for one of my Samurize configs. They are numbered to be compliant with the weather.com weather service and partially compliant with the Yahoo! Weather service and can be used with Rainmeter skins or Samurize configs (and possibly other programs) that use one of these services. Of course you can also use them for other weather-related things.
The set includes six variations, as png (128x128 px) and svg.
Please note that these icons are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license. This means you are free to use these icons for whatever purposes you desire, and you can even modify them and make your own versions, as long as you credit the original author (please provide a link to this page). If you release a modified version of the icons, they must be put under the same license as the originals. The icons were created using Inkscape, and you can easily modify them with that software.
Thanks for all your comments and favs! If you use the icons in your own work please include a link to this site and drop me a note or comment so I can link you here.
----------- Here are some people that have used these icons: Check out their Galleries!
It's not too much of a performance hit as only six out of the sixteen skins use ImageMagick and it's only the slide show (updating every nineteen seconds) and the RSS feedreader (updating once a minute) that cause any CPU usage spikes. All the other skins are using transformation matrix and/or photoshop smoke and mirrors.
If you want to include the icons in your own download instead of directing people to download them separately here, I don't have a problem with that. You already have a link to this page in your description. That's enough credit for me.
Icon 22 is for a foggy or dusty day. Icon 36 is a really hot cloudless day. You can get an overview of the meanings of all the icons here (scroll down): [link] It might be slightly different depending on what exact weather service you are using. The Yahoo codes are taken from weather.com, but I think they are not a 1:1 match and I think that there isn't really any official, freely available information about what exactly all the weather.com codes stand for.
You can, if you add credit to the source of the icons (provide a link to the deviantart page) somewhere it can be found (like the app's description). Be aware that the icons may not be used for commercial purposes. So if your app is free, but contains sponsored ads, you can't use them.