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I have tired this forecast website. I use it everyday to check how the temperature or weather conditions. So that way I will know what to wear and if i should bring an umbrella as well. I also check this site for storm warnings as well.

It is very good website and has a lot of useful information. I had trouble checking but i checked weather network and it said London, Ontario was -10 but feels like -19.

I could not find any other information on the other sites but I'm sure they would be useful. The only site I use to look up weather is the weather network because it easy to use in the end.

Barry's Response - Each weather site has its own unique features, including Canada's Weather Network. If you're a fan of these sites, check out, also, official Canadian weather at,, and for starters. Give a try; they present great climate data rather than real-time forecasts. The website discussed above is

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A meteorologist might consider the following aspects when comparing various weather websites:

One might let users know each weather website's strengths and weaknesses based on these factors, so they can make informed decisions about which platform is right for them.

- Weather Forecast Accuracy and Reliability: Prioritize websites that provide reputable weather forecasts.

- Check out the sites' coverage, including their ability to provide forecasts for a wide range of locations and accessibility on different devices.

- Considering factors such as ease of navigation, clarity of information, and the availability of additional features like radar maps and severe weather alerts, and then evaluate the user experience and interface of the websites.

- Information Depth: Look at the depth of information provided by each website, like hourly forecasts, extended forecasts, historical weather data, and specialized weather data.

- Also consider educational resources, like articles, videos, and tutorials, that help users better understand weather phenomena.

- Whether the websites integrate with other platforms or provide APIs that developers can use to access their data for further analysis or customization.

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by: Samus

The mini-article confused me, but since the author's clearly speaking English as a second or third language I understand.

Though a simple Google search would answer the article's question (begging the question "why was this article written"), I am duly impressed with Barry's knowledge of weather-related Web sites. The inclusion of Phil on the top was a nice touch.

From Barry - I'm sure they'll get a better understanding of this subject by exploring this website. The blog is updated regularly with new content, so I suggest coming back for more.

by: Anonymous

I really enjoyed this article. I loved the detail and the graphics. I'm very impressed.

I do use the weather network daily to see what is going on daily. I use because it shows my area and updates weather frequently. I do check to prepare if I need to wear warmer clothing or not and if I do need to bring an umbrella.

I also check if it is going to take me a while to get out in about. I make sure check road conditions as well since I live in Canada.

From Barry - Use the site to plan future trips so that can see what the weather will be like. It might help you plan the day's activities. Finally, check the air quality index to see if your group needs to take any extra precautions.

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by: Nonnie

Wow, very impressive! I've never realized there are so many great weather websites out there. I've only been using the local news' weather website and Since these websites often don't match in their forecasts, I'm going to use,, and and as additional reference whenever I research my local weather forecast. is a very interesting and educational site. I'm enjoying exploring it and will refer back to it often. I've always had an interest in weather but was also so intimidated by all the information I didn't understand. Now I have a great educational source to learn from. I'd like to see a children's section so my children can develop their interest in weather without being discouraged by not being able to understand it.

From Barry - might be great for schools too, as a teaching resource. They can use the maps to explain how different weather conditions develop. Furthermore, the site reminds us how important it is to protect our environment.

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