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  1. William Grimsley

    A Netweather TeamSpeak?

    Hi guys! I use TeamSpeak with one of my hobbies, I was wondering if it was possible to create a TeamSpeak server for people to come and chat about weather? I think it would be a great idea! Anybody with me on this? Cheers!
  2. Dale Hay


    From the album: Misc Pictures

    -50c ... I better get my coat.

    © NetWeather

  3. Scarily, 10 years ago today, armed with a free bit of software from the front of a pc magazine I started Netweather (or as it was then Net-Weather). Initially it was just a small hobby site with a few pages and a forum, but it quite quickly grew and as of today we see over 1 million people using the site a month! Obviously a lot of people have played their part over the last 10 years, all of our forum team past and present have put in countless hours to keep things running smoothly on here, the forecast team have kept the site regularly updated with alerts and forecasts, Karl joined the team back in 2005 and is still with us working on the development side of things. Ian (my brother) invested as things began to take off in order to help us buy some kit, and is now with us full time too. There are too many people to individually thank, but to all our team members, community members and site users, I sincerely thank you all for your efforts, posts, enthusiasm and help with word of mouth over the years . Over the coming weeks and months we're going to be holding events and running features to mark 10 years, looking back and forward in terms of what's to come. so stay tuned for that - I even have all the code for an early version of the site here which I may try to get uploaded as 'live' for a bit of retro fun. For now though, I'm off to the pub for a celebratory drink Paul An early version of netweather: