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[Q] Looking for an app to keep me out of the weather on a cross-country trip

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By stormageddon912, Junior Member on 7th July 2014, 06:15 AM
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First post on here, so please direct me if I found the wrong section to post in.

I will be going on a cross country motorcycle trip soon and the weather will be extremely important in deciding our speed and pit-stops along the way. I have looked around and I can't seem to find anything that does what I want. Hopefully someone here might know of something.

We will be leaving from Austin, TX in two weeks, and stopping overnight in different towns along the way. We have reservations in each town already, but in order to avoid unfortunate weather in between, I want to have a way to easily see the forecast for each city at a given date. Ideally it would be a widget that would have the weather for city A on day one, city B on day two, city C on day three, etc without extraneous details. This would allow me to see quickly that there will be rain in City B, so I should travel slower to avoid the weather.
I've already found apps that allow me to have multiple cities, but they only allow the typical 3-5 day forecast.
I think Tasker might be able to do it, but I have minimal experience with using it to pull data from websites.

Thanks for any help!
 
 
7th July 2014, 06:34 AM |#2  
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There are many websites which provides this information,
Try yahoo weather for better information
7th July 2014, 05:03 PM |#3  
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Originally Posted by Zeuscluts

There are many websites which provides this information,
Try yahoo weather for better information

Good idea, maybe MetaWidget could come to my assistance.

Edit: Tried MetaWidget, But it's still a bit of a pain. I'm still looking if anyone else finds this and has any ideas.
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