Product and technology updates from the Weather Underground. Great new things are coming!
By: Product Team , 7:17 PM GMT on January 08, 2014
Happy New Year! We at Weather Underground have big plans for 2014, and to start, have a look at our brand new beta forecast page. New design, new features, and more to come!
Why are we launching to beta first? Most importantly, we want A LOT of feedback over the next few months before we move forward. We want to know which features are important to you, what you like, what you don’t like, and why.
We’re launching with a limited set of features because we want you to weigh in as they come out of development. We’re so excited about some of the new elements, like the forecast graph, that we want to get them in front of your eyes as soon as possible. Play around with the graph, add data, remove data, experiment with it in all the weather that comes through your area over the next few weeks, and let us know what you think.
As we’ve said before, this is just a beta, and it’s only the beginning. We’re working on adding more data, redesigning more features, adding weather history, figuring out a way to visualize today’s actuals and accumulations, and a whole lot more. We’ll be launching new features periodically to this page, so be sure to check back often. You’re also welcome to bookmark this page and use it as your regular forecast page!
To check it out, visit your normal Weather Underground forecast page and click on the blue BETA tab on the right side of the page. Or, navigate to your city from preview.wunderground.com.
Be sure to submit your feedback using the link in the blue BETA tab, and let us know what you’re looking for us to include using the form at the bottom of the page. Happy BETA-ing!
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