Grants Pass, OR (PRWEB) July 10, 2006
weatherforyou.com has significantly expanded their weather forecasting coverage by offering seven day international weather forecasts for thousands of locations outside of the United States and Canada. This is a substantial addition to the large amount of traditional and unique weather information they have provided since 1999. Internet users around the world can now benefit from their tradition of offering current weather conditions and week long forecasts with less distractions from advertising and other unrelated material.
"The addition of international weather forecasts reinforces weatherforyou.com's position as a leading independent provider of weather information throughout the world" according to weatherforyou.com founder Joe Torsitano. "From the ground breaking personal weather station program to integrating non-traditional information from thousands of sources, weatherforyou.com has always sought ways to best serve those who rely on weather from the Internet. I'm excited to now offer weather forecasts for those requiring information outside of North America."
As part of weatherforyou.com's primary goal of supporting personal weather stations, data from these stations will soon be included with the forecasts for locations outside of North America. "It's important that contributions from these stations worldwide be acknowledged by including them with all relevant local forecasts" said Torsitano.
weatherforyou.com was started in 1999 to highlight the contributions of personal weather stations. Near real time data from thousands of these stations is included with local forecasts. Information from other non-traditional sources is also integrated to provide highly relevant weather details for more places. They also offer custom weather solutions for sites that wish to seamlessly integrate advanced weather information into their sites. And weatherforyou.com provides a wide range of tools for web sites to display weather information without detracting from the site's content. These "Weather Snapshots" are seen by millions of people daily on thousands of web sites worldwide.