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Helpful information from the librarians of the Barco Law Library, University of Pittsburgh School of Law.
Saturday, 13 February 2010
Full Screen Weather maps
Just in time for the next snowfall, the Weather Underground has introduced a terrific new service called Full Screen Weather that mashes up Google Maps with weather data for maps with up-to-the-minute weather info. To use the site, go to fullscreenweather.com and enter your ZIP code. The full screen weather map displays temperatures as measured from stations across Weather Underground's extensive reporting areas, and you can also switch to Precipitation and Cloud views (you can even play back cloud or precipitation movement over time). In the bottom-left of the window you get an overview of current conditions and a four-day forecast, with links to more extensive forecasts on Weather Underground.
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