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    Default An interesting weather website

    Check it out. A website that shows wind forecasts. You can choose what altitude you're interested in. Overlay temperature, humidity, clouds, etc. Drag the map around and zoom in on an area, see detailed weather info about an airport including nearby webcams, or select any point on the planet and get the weather details for that spot. Pretty amazing.

    https://www.windyty.com

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    That is a wonderful compiled view of things I already had...but had to go multiple places to look at...
    14 Days to Alaska
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    Pretty cool website! Thanks for the share, I'll add that one to the list.

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    Very nice !!!
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    Interesting to compare this one with the other one...pretty much the same. http://earth.nullschool.net/

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    Monguse, I like that one and have been using it for a while. It doesn't give any text forecasts, which the other one will do. Definitely related, but you can do a little more gathering of fine-level information from Mr. Pid's link.
    14 Days to Alaska
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    Cool web site! Thanks!

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    Thanks Mr. Pid, for a very informative weather website.
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    Does anyone know of an app that truely pulls in ATIS/ASOS/etc data so that I dont have to switch frequencies.

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