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By: Kari Strenfel , 7:11 PM GMT on May 28, 2014
We’ve listened to your feedback, and enhancements to the PWS experience have launched!
You can view your data on this new page by going to the PWS Dashboard:
http://www.wunderground.com/personal-weather-stat ion/dashboard?ID=[ insert PWS ID ]
The biggest difference you’ll see is that we’ve improved the navigation of the PWS Dashboard. Now you can see all of your real-time data in the same location as your history data. The history date-picker has been streamlined, as well, and you might recognize that it more closely matches the functionality of the old weather history pages. We’ve also brought back the “next” and “previous” buttons. These work the same way as the old weather history page — if you’re on daily mode, you can go to the next or previous day. If you’re on weekly mode, you can go to the next or previous week, and so on.
Many PWS owners asked us to include the PWS locations on the map, which we have done in this new version. The page will also remember which tab you prefer — if you have a webcam and would rather see that when you visit the page, we will save that preference for when you come back.
In addition to bug fixes, the graphs have been improved to include the timestamp in the line that follows your mouse across the screen. When you select “monthly mode” or “yearly mode” on the graphs, we now show you the highs and lows for the day, instead of the average temperature.
We still have a couple of improvements and bug fixes to make. The most notable of these is that we will be adding solar and UV data to the daily mode table within the next few days. We will continue to improve the dashboard over the coming months, so please contribute your feedback here!
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