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WeatherCheck

WeatherCheck is a program that uses Java Swing to prompt for a US zip code and display the local forecast from the National Weather Service. It also provides the extended forecast and dBZ radar information.

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  •  11 Aug 2002 02:59

    Release Notes: Parsing out a table with info for the extended forecast, a fix for a bug involving zip codes that don't provide a Heat Index, a new capability to display Wind Chill, and new (limited) severe weather conditions functionality.

    •  09 Aug 2002 17:10

      Release Notes: Formatting of extended forecasts is no longer done. They are now printed as-is.

      •  09 Aug 2002 00:16

        Release Notes: A fix for a bug involving zip codes which don't show the barometer in mb (e.g., 14850).

        •  23 Jul 2002 06:25

          Release Notes: All references to Weather.com have been removed, and the forecast is now retrieved from the National Weather Service. Consequentially, there is no more Doppler radar, although dBZ radar is now avaiable. This gives more information, but is less comprehensible for laypeople.

          •  13 Jul 2002 04:25

            Release Notes: This release includes a command-line patch, and fixes HTML-parsing due to some Weather.com changes.

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