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post Mar 16 2011, 08:50 AM
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I know this is maybe off topic, but thought I would share.

http://weatherspark.com/#!graphs;a=Canada/ON/Toronto

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post Mar 16 2011, 10:47 PM
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Thanks for the link!
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post Mar 17 2011, 01:00 AM
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QUOTE(trancen @ Mar 16 2011, 08:50 AM) *
I know this is maybe off topic, but thought I would share.

http://weatherspark.com/#!graphs;a=Canada/ON/Toronto

Very cool. wow. how did you find this?
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post Mar 17 2011, 01:12 AM
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Hey wow, that site is incredibly cool. Thanks a bunch for the link, I'm gonna bookmark it. smile.gif

edit: Actually, the more I look at it, the more I see that a lot of the data is a bit inaccurate. That's not really the site's fault but some of the individual data sources may be very off. For example, for London's lake-effect event of early December, the site says that they received a ton of rain somehow. And for my area apparently it never rose above 6 degrees for the entire winter, even though I know for a fact there were several times we hit 10+ degrees.

Still a great layout and site though, too bad the data may not be totally accurate.

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post Mar 17 2011, 09:14 AM
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Not to sure. I think it mayhave been a RSS feed from either LifeHacker or another news site.

Another one I got permission to login(its in beta) is this one: http://myweather.com/ It's not as good as the one above.


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Very cool. wow. how did you find this?

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post Mar 17 2011, 09:15 AM
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Did you happen to change the "Forecast From" to NOAA, WWO from met.no

I noticed as well looking at the date we had those wicked winds that it was only reporting 60km/h winds when I know we got more then that.. And speaking of winds whats up with the wind speed set to m/s instead of km/h or miles.



QUOTE(an uncanny otter @ Mar 17 2011, 01:12 AM) *
Hey wow, that site is incredibly cool. Thanks a bunch for the link, I'm gonna bookmark it. smile.gif

edit: Actually, the more I look at it, the more I see that a lot of the data is a bit inaccurate. That's not really the site's fault but some of the individual data sources may be very off. For example, for London's lake-effect event of early December, the site says that they received a ton of rain somehow. And for my area apparently it never rose above 6 degrees for the entire winter, even though I know for a fact there were several times we hit 10+ degrees.

Still a great layout and site though, too bad the data may not be totally accurate.

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