Welcome to my blog. In here I hope to share with you tips, tricks, hacks and code that will make your life easier as a network administrator or general computer user. I come with a background in computer engineering and have worked for the past 12 years in the Library world as Manager of Library Systems. Even though some of my posts may be Library specific, most will be of use to all computer users.

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Saturday, September 17, 2011

For weather there isn't anything better than Weather Underground.

If you like to keep track of the weather in your area, then have I got a site for you! Weather Underground (www.wunderground.com) has tons of features for amateur meteorologist or even for the guy that wants to know what the weather is going to be like at the cottage. When the tornado hit Goderich a few weeks ago, this was the first site that I turned to for informative information on the storm and were it was heading next. The detail of the weather radars make it simple to follow a storm progress in great detail and the up to the minute warnings are fantastic. 

Watch my video below to see some of the best features and then explore the site for yourself. This site really needs to be in your browsers bookmarks.

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