This is not for MacGizmo, who knows what the weather is going to be like tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrw. That's AZ for you <br><br>I thought at first that it was Weatherpop acting up again. It's read 43º Farenheit for the last two days. It has been cool, but not that cool.<br><br>So I fired up SWG--and it tells me that the weather info is not available. Is this a Reading, PA phenomenon (I wouldn't doubt it ) or something that others are experiencing?<br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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Version 1.6 has finally been working for over a week for me, which is probably longer than any of the last 3-4 versions.<br><br>By the way, there was an unexpected rain in Tucson (AZ) last night after dark, that showed up on Weatherpop before the first thunderbolt was heard. I don't think even MG could have seen that one coming from his magical window <br><br>
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