How to Find Weekly or Monthly Weather Forecasts

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Weather forecasting means using science and technology to predict the state of the atmosphere in a given location. This information is extremely helpful to businesses that depend on weather and also to people who plan a vacation, a barbecue or even a walk in the park. Weather forecasts for a week or an entire month can be found on free-to-use websites all around the Internet. The best sources where you can find weekly or monthly weather forecasts are The Weather Channel and Accuweather websites. The Weather Channel provides high and low temperatures, record high and low temperatures, predictions of temperatures and weather in the region, as well as wind strength and direction.

Finding a weather forecasting website

Visit The Weather Channel's website. At the top of the website, under the navigation bar, input the city or region for which you want the forecast. Choose the correct location from the suggestions list that pops up. If the location was chosen correctly, you will see the overview.

To see the weather forecast for the next seven days, click on the "10-day" button. You can find it right above the overview. You will immediately see the forecast conditions, high and low temperatures and precipitation chances. You can also click on "Wind Speed" from the drop-down menu to see predicted wind speeds.

To see the weather forecast for the next month, click on the "Month" button. You can find it right above the overview. You will immediately see the forecast conditions, high and low temperatures and precipitation chances. However, these are available just for the next 10 days. For the remainder of the month, you can see the average high and low temperatures and record high and low temperatures.

Tips & Warnings

  • Always make sure you select the correct city or region from the suggestions list. Choosing a wrong area will lead to erroneous weather forecast results.
  • Weather forecasting is relatively precise, but there is no guarantee to its predictions. Take this into consideration when basing your actions on weather forecasts.

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