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Paul

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It's been a busy period here at Netweather, so I thought I'd run through some of what is happening.

Firstly, it's a pleasure to let you know that 2 very talented new forecasters have recently joined our forecast team, Mark Watson has joined our operational team and Chris Gibbs has joined our content team. Both are bedding into the team at the moment, but very soon you'll be seeing their name on forecasts, alerts, articles and videos on the site.

More good news is that Netweather TV is very near to launch - this new video based service will offer a range of programming from forecasts to weather news, footage and related items, plus of course the full month long USA storm chase will be streamed live from the end of April. We'll be announcing more about this brand new service during the coming weeks, including some big news about one of the regular shows that will be available.

The new Netweather homepage is also very close to being ready, aside from a new design, it will introduce several new features, including new flash alerts, weather news, additional articles, forecasts, forecaster blogs and weather reports among other things.

This week has also seen the introduction of our new [url="http://www.netweather.tv/index.cgi?action=f1;type=f1;country=Australia;sess="]F1 forecasts[/url], next week see's the return of the pollen forecasts as the season of runny noses and sore eyes is now under way for many. With the outdoor event and festival time of year now almost upon us, we'll also be bringing a new events forecast system online, which will make it much easier for you to view a forecast for your local carnivals, festivals and events.

As well as the above, there are plenty of other items in the pipeline including a new summer area, so stay tuned for updates!

Paul
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Sounds great, the best weather website is about to get even better!

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What can I say ! Sounds terrific. Keep it up and thanks for making Netweather even more interesting. What is newxt I wonder ?!

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