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New, improved Weather Pages

Remember our recent City Information Pages overhaul? We have now implemented the new design on our Weather Pages. Now, you can look up the historic weather for the past two weeks and the weather forecast for the next two weeks, in addition to the current and hour-by-hour weather information for thousands of locations around the world.

More importantly, the new Weather Pages are less cluttered, more visual, easy-to-read and mobile compatible.

Check out the weather and let us know what you think

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April, 2014: Month of eclipses

The month of April will see two eclipses. First, a total lunar eclipse will be visible to people in parts of Asia, North and South America on April 15, 2014.

Exactly two weeks later, on April 29, 2014, an annular solar eclipse will grace the skies for those in Australia and Antarctica.

Can I see the eclipses at my location?

Tell us what you think!

What do you think about the new Weather Pages?

Click an option below to send your vote

  1. I love it! It is a good redesign!
  2. I don't like the lack of text. Add more text.
  3. I like it, but I would like a printer friendly version.
  4. I have nothing much to say about it.
  5. It is ok, but I feel there is more information than I really need.
  6. I liked the old one, but I could get used to the new design.
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Time Zone News

 ▶ GMT obsolete as prime meridian moves to Paris (April Fool's Day joke)

 ▶ Middle East & North Africa DST roundup

 ▶ Crimea to adopt Moscow Standard Time

Did you know...

...that April 10, 2014 is a Palindrome Day? If you write the date in the m-dd-yyyy format (4-10-2014), it reads the same forwards and backwards.

When is the next Palindrome Day?

Tip of the month

This year's Lyrids meteor shower will be active between April 16 and April 25. The shower is expected to peak on April 23.

How and where to see them

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