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Improved Weather Section


Published 23-Nov-2009

Check out the new weather features for all our World Clock cities. We also added a weather glossary and frequently asked questions (FAQs), as well as general feature articles about the weather.

The new weather features include:

  • An updated Weather Overview with a fresh new look, which includes new icons and a calendar-style appearance for the 15-day forecast. For example, see New York’s weather overview.  
  • A more detailed overview of a two-week weather forecast for a World Clock city. For example, see New York’s two-week forecast.
  • Hour-by-hour weather information of the current weather conditions at your chosen destination.  This section includes descriptive graphs that are easy to read. For example, see New York’s hour-by-hour weather information.
  • Past week information, featuring historical data on the weather in the past week at a particular place. For example, see New York’s past week information.

Articles we now have include:

These added benefits are all part of our aim to give you more options for accurate and timely weather information on timeanddate.com.

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