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Kaleem
07-19-2007, 01:24 PM
DESCRIPTION:
Weather Watcher is your personal Windows desktop weather station. Automatically retrieve the current conditions, hourly forecast, daily forecast, detailed forecast, severe weather alerts from the National Weather Service (US only), and weather maps for over 77,000 cities world-wide. The current conditions can be quickly viewed by holding your mouse pointer over the Weather Watcher system tray icon.

Weather Watcher will allow you to automatically retrieve your weather data at a set interval, display the current temperature in a customized tray icon, display the current condition image in a tray icon, designate which weather information is displayed in the Weather Watcher system tray tooltip, convert the weather data using almost any conversion, display a weather map as your desktop wallpaper, log the weather data in any format, export the weather data in any format, customize the look of the Weather Watcher interface and icons via skins, and much more.

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FEATURES:

* Forecasts available for 77,000+ cities world-wide
* Current weather conditions
* 46-hour forecast
* 10-day day/night forecast
* Severe weather alerts from National Weather Service (US only)
* 450+ weather maps
* 18+ weather unit conversion choices
* Locally export and log weather data
* Skinned interface/forecasts
* Customizable system tray icon/tooltip
* Dual tray icons for temperature and condition image
* Proxy server support
* Smaller memory footprint than other weather software

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License

* FREE

Requirements:

* Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Vista

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD (http://fileforum.betanews.com/download/Weather_Watcher/968135049/1)

07-20-2007, 08:19 AM
Thanks Kaleem.. :smt006 i was searching for one.. :smt003

maxjeolite
07-20-2007, 05:15 PM
thanks for the info
byeeee