Weather.com is the online version of the weather channel, which is
widely popular with cable and satilite users around the country.
Weather.com is the best source that I know of for weather information
On the website, there is the option to search for your location by city
or US zip, which takes you to the location you want, or if there were
multiple options, to a page where you can choose the location that you
had in mind. From there, there are many options. One can
see clearly displayed the current weather information in the location
that they have chosen, including temperature, wind, humidity, and so
on. There are options for viewing the hour by hour forcast, ten
day forcast, and various weather maps. You can also view pollen
information, road conditions, and much more.
There are many other options on weather.com, including health
information, events, dining, recreation, home and garden, and so
on. By clicking the tabs at the top of the screen, the user is
directed exactly where they want to go, and shown exactly what they
want to see.
One of the wonderful things about weather.com are the various weather
maps that one can view. There are radar maps, satellite maps,
temperature maps, severe weather maps, and even dew point maps.
You can view the map in motion, so that you can see which way the
clouds or storms are moving. You can enlarge the maps for better
viewing, and change the area that you are viewing.
The only major downfall to this site, are the ads. There are
quite a few pop up ads that come up while viewing this site, as well as
ads all over the pages that you are viewing. If you have a good
popup blocker, and are able to tune out the rest of the ads, this
shouldn't be that large of a problem.
My dad is a complete weather geek, and uses this site all the
time. If you love to follow storms, or just check the weather all
over the country and the world, then this is the perfect site for
you. If you just need to see what the weather will be like for
your picnic this weekend, this site has what you need as well, and so
much more. Weather.com is the weather site that I trust the