No. Not unless you require a one-sensor solution.
Personally I like Air+Sky since both can be run off batteries and can be optimally located for what each measures, although the Air is quite massive for what few measurements it actually provides. The support for batteries means the Sky can make it through any dark season just fine, at the cost of needing to occasionally swap in new AA’s. The downside is that you need to occasionally take the unit down to do so.
The benefit of the Tempest is running off solar ‘if’ it stays charged enough to last during the dark season where you are, but that depends on where you’re located and how you sited your unit. There are a number of downsides related how the Tempest case heats up and cools off and thereby affecting your temperature readings, but it does have the magic rain sensor coating to try to get more accurate rain readings (didn’t work for me, FWIW). So for some folks it’s fine. Others have a lesser experience.
If you’re happy with your Air+Sky save your money at this point I think…