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Most thermometers are going to be useless for what you want. The biggest problem is where to put it where its readings won't be distorted. You can't put it on your body, nor in your bags. You need to put it in a well-ventilated shady spot that won't get reflected heat off the pavement. Where are you going to find that on a bicycle?I find that the one in my Planet Bike cyclocomputer works surprisingly well. Obviously it will give inaccurate readings if you park it in the sun, but if either riding at a decent clip or parked in the shade I find the readings typically fairly closely match official readings for the area.
That's right for current temperature at your exact location and for that info a little zipper-pull or similar thermometer is truly local. However, the OP also wanted the daily temperature history and the cell phone app is about the best way to get that.It depends on what the OP really wants. I took their list as a "nice to have" feature list, since it was stated as what they liked about the Accurite.