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Pin point weather website

About a year ago someone had posted a link to a weather website, Possibly ExBiologist. You click on a map similiar to google earth and it gave you the weather forcast for that specific location. In other words it took into consideration for the elevation. Does anyone remember or know what web site that is?

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wasn't me

but I'd like to know if you find out

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I feel like a big dummy now.

I feel like a big dummy now. I just checked my work computer and I had it saved as a book mark on there. A little ways down from the top you will see a map, you can zoom in on a specific location, then click and it will pull up the forcast. I checked it right before I left out last year and it was supprisingly accurate. Here is the link:

 

http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?lat=38.08762119808895&lon=-106.59939765930176&site=pub&smap=1&unit=0&lg=en&FcstType=text

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I see...

interesting. 

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weather underground accumulated snow totals

That NWS pinpoint forecast site is pretty slick.

Here's one that provides accumulated snow totals and min/max temps for past 24 hrs.  This link is for Colorado.  Change last 2 characters for other states:

http://www.wunderground.com/StateSnowDepth.asp?state=CO

Unfortunately, not much snow accumulating...yet.

 

 

 

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thanks

Great sites.  I have one to add if I can find it.

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