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    Nice Mug jer's Avatar
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    Hi, I'm working on yet another project and I've been having trouble finding a certain service.

    I need a service that will give me a dynamic code that shows the 5-day forcast of Ontario cities. I looked at TheWeatherNetwork but they'll cost money, there are a lot of others but they all either don't work or only service the US.

    Does anyone know a place that will give me what I need (for free)?

    Thanks a lot,

    -Chuck
    btw - if you scroll down a little at http://www.canada.com the weather thing there is similar to what i need.
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    Have you checked out Weather.com? I think they have what you need. Also might want to check out iSyndicate (www.isyndicate.com) and MoreOver (www.moreover.com).

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    Don't get too close, I bite! Nicky's Avatar
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    I link to http://www.bbc.co.uk they have worldwide weather!

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    you can also try http://www.weatherunderground.com

    speedracer

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    I used http://www.onlineweather.com.

    You can see it working at http://www.aztecsports.co.uk

    If you find a ticker-tape version please post it here because I'm looking for one.

    [Edited by Peter Hibbit on 09-08-2000 at 08:44 AM]
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    If you have experience with unix and cgi-scripts, I heartily recommend setting up HamWeather from
    http://www.HamWeather.com

    It's a great FREE weather script that pulls data directly from the National Weather service and a Canada weather system.

    I've installed it at
    http://www.WestchesterWeather.com

    If you look under the International Forecast menu, there is a Canadian Forecasts. This will take you to a selection of Provinces. Under Ontario, there are many city forecasts available.

    If you install Hamweather PRO with the HWImage option, you can get a really nice five-day forecast graphics.

    If you install the Email option, people can sign up to have the forecasts delivered to them every morning from your site.

    It's a set of great scripts for free. Good documentation, too. And the support, via the Forum at Hamweather.com, is excellent.

    I do not work or have ties to this product, just very pleased with the excellent free scripts they provide.

    Sean P. Cover




    [Edited by spcover on 09-08-2000 at 10:02 AM]
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    Your Lord and Master, Foamy gold trophy Hierophant's Avatar
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    Check out Hamweather at: http://www.hamnetcenter.com/

    To see if it will work for you. This highly customizable script has a lot of features.
    Wayne Luke
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