You know 'Gizmo, the point of it is not the current weather and if it is sunny or not right now, but the forecasts and the extended information (dew point, humidity etc.) Yes, I know you live in Phoenix, but down here in Tucson it has been raining, humid, cool, cloudy, windy and hot all in the last week and I doubt it has been that much different up there in the valley of the sun.<br><br>Since moving here I really dig the Monsoons and watching the dew point/humidity is a good indication of when the next storm is coming, along with the 5 day forecast. So, even if I do get off my "fat ass" and look out the window it doesn't tell me much.<br><br>Meteo is back up again this morning; which one will die first this time....<br><br>
Yo Trog, don't take it personal man, I'm just musing over worthless software... if anyone wants up-to-date info, they should go to weather.com or some other site that is more stable and timely. Or, like I said, stick your head out the window. Heck, I've lived in Phoenix & Las Vegas for over 10 years - it got to the point after a short while that I can actually smell the rain coming about 2 hours before it gets here.<br><br><br>[color:red]semicolon dash parenthesis</font color=red>
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