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    Where also uses accuweather for its weather data.

    And it provides more complete data. I just use Where.

    edit: tried the mw.weather.com. Nice radar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxGator View Post
    Where also uses accuweather for its weather data.

    And it provides more complete data. I just use Where.

    edit: tried the mw.weather.com. Nice radar.
    Yes, the radar is nice on mw.weather.com. I now have it saved on my launcher.

    Accuweather's app is cool looking, but it doesn't always refresh for me, even if I haven't opened it in hours. It just sits there with the turning wheel.
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    If you really don't like ads, mobile.weather.gov is very clean, text on a white background, no ads and no clutter. You can bookmark the 7-day forecast for your area. The text is a bit small, but they have a survey about the service so we could all let them know.... NOAA - National Weather Service - Experimental Product Survey
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