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Agreed really dont like it, just to much info on one page, it all blurs into one mess,made to fit in with phone apps I think where you swipe from side to side.

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just read what it said for the south-west

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Cloudy. Gusts will be strong enough to make small trees sway by the evening, but it shouldn't blow you over.

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Not a fan. It's an annoying site to use now, especially on a desktop PC. For one thing, I can't find a way to get the UK-wide five-day text forecast from a location forecast page. All I can see is the local one and the two further outlooks. Secondly, if I expand (say) a further outlook, the down arrow to the right changes to an up arrow. Basic common sense would suggest I could click that to collapse it again -- but I can't. Poor.

I don't like everything being made to look like a basic phone app, and I say that as someone who uses his phone a lot. I'll probably get used to it, and if the irritations I mentioned are tweaked that will help. But right now I certainly prefer the old look.

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It's now Monday morning, and they're still showing Saturday's text forecast on the homepage

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The regional pages are even worse they're still stuck on Friday's update

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They've managed to get all the pages in sync and showing today's update 😲

How long it'll last remains to be seen

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Used for a few days it needs taking down and redoing from scratch.

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Personally I think it is a step back and I preferred the old layout.

However I still like the Maps layout and hope that this does see big changes.

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