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Check Out AccuWeather.com's 25-Day Forecast

By By Meghan Evans, Meteorologist
April 07, 2012, 4:51:13 AM EDT

AccuWeather.com released a 25-Day Forecast that can help users make informed decisions about long-term plans. The AccuWeather 25-Day Forecast shows you the trends in temperature, precipitation and more, along with the forecast for a particular day.

For each day in the 25-day Forecast, you can see the forecasted high and low temperatures, the AccuWeather RealFeel® temperature, sky conditions and chance of precipitation, wind speed and direction, rain, snow and ice amounts, thunderstorm probability, cloud cover and UV index. Ways to Use the 25-Day Forecast

The site also offers almanac data such as sun and moon rise and set times, and historical high and low temperature information for that date, including the normal, the record, and the reading for one year ago.

The forecast provides a graph at the bottom of the detailed 25-Day Forecast. It has a plot of the average high and average low compared to AccuWeather.com's forecast high and low for each date. The graph provides a a lot of helpful information that can be processed very quickly with its simple format.


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The detailed forecast gives you critical weather information that will help you make long-range decisions based on how the weather is likely to impact your plans.

When planning travel and other business or leisure activities, it offers information to assist your decision-making. For events and activities that are already scheduled – trips, family outings, weddings, vacations, football games and the like – it gives you the best available advance guidance on what to plan in terms of weather impact.

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