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The Weather Network

by Esther
(Milwaukee, WI, USA)

You never know...

You never know...

I didn't know this website before, but I like this website. My husband was a meteorologist and he gave me another website for checking weather. Here is the link:


Compare these two sites, I would like Weather Network better because the geography makes it look better then the other one. In the part of radar animation, I think this site is definitely better, but if you want more info for meteorologist, the other one may be a better choice.

One thing I noticed is that this web open relatively slower than other one, but it is not so bad and very easy to find what you want. Over all, I like this website!

Barry's Response - Thanks for that endorsement, Esther. As a meteorologist, I find each site offers its own unique but small advantage and check each one when the occasion I find appropriate comes up. This includes both of the websites you mention. Another one I have been recommending very lately is www.weatherspark.com. It provides a very unique spin on weather forecasts for data junkies.

What you need to know about the weather network (TWN)

Some people strongly prefer TWN as they find it fun and informative to explore their website at www.theweathernetwork.com/ and to watch their television channel where available. Try these activities:
- Check
the local forecast for anywhere in the world: Enter your location on the Weather Network website to see the current weather and hourly and 14-day forecast. Weather forecasts can help you plan outdoor activities.
- Navigate to the Weather Maps section to explore radar, satellite, and temperature maps. Learn about different weather phenomena by watching real-time weather patterns.
- The Weather Network has a lot of videos about weather, including storm coverage, climate science, and natural disasters. Learn more about weather with fascinating weather footage and educational videos.
- You can challenge yourself and your friends with weather trivia quizzes on the website. Learn about meteorology, extreme weather events, and climate change.
- Keep up with the latest weather news, interesting articles, and scientific discoveries related to weather and climate. Discover how weather affects our lives around the world.
- Join the Weather Network's community forums or social media platforms to talk about weather. Connect with fellow weather enthusiasts, share your observations, and ask questions.
- Get weather alerts for your area: Set your preferences. Keep up with severe weather, like storms, hurricanes, or extreme temperatures.

Remember, weather changes constantly. Visit the Weather Network website for a wealth of information and interactive features. Explore the different sections and discover the wonders of meteorology.

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Weather Sites
by: Stormie

Ester's article comparing and contrasting the Weather Network and https://www.wunderground.com/ has been very enlightening. I will take Barry's advice about checking various websites according to the information I want. Could there be a link to a spreadsheet listing several weather websites with their strengths and weaknesses?

stuffintheair.com has been very interesting, educational and informative. I will continue to explore it, especially after trying to decipher forecasts that don't define terminology. I'd love to see a link to a dictionary of weather terminology.

From Barry Thanks S. Weather forecasts include current conditions, hourly forecasts, and extended forecasts. Watch videos about the latest weather developments and explore interactive maps, like radar and satellite images. These things are just a start.

An Eye Opening Advice!
by: Anbuinfosys

This is a very nice post about the Weather Network.
This is very interesting to read and i would like to telecast this to my friends.
Thank You!

The Weather Neywork
by: Anonymous

Nice post.Well it depends on one's preferences.I also checked the site and it's really good.

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