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Has anyone used any of the Wordpress Weather Plugins? Any recommendations? Anyone tried out more than one? Hoping to get pointed in the right direction before I dive in.

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if you looking to create one , try this tutorial to create weather reports Kvcodes – Kvvaradha Jan 13 at 15:30
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What do you actually need plugin to do?

Interconnect IT folks had recently released pretty cool Weather Widget.

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Perfect. Thanks for the recommendation. – Ethan Seifert Dec 15 '10 at 17:45
That plugin doesn't work anymore, the APIs we relied upon died – Tom J Nowell Jun 17 '13 at 10:26

I used WP-Forecast on site a few months back. It had accurate weather data for outside of the US (I'm in Australia), a generous amount of settings and customisations and the front-end was easy to manipulate.

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cool weather http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/cool-weather/ is a neat one. there is also one from weather.com called wp-weather they have widgets and short codes.

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