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Being that I live in South florida I am getting ready for the hurricane season. since I am new to Mac I was wondering if anyone could recomend a good weather program? I stumbled across this:

http://www.mackiev.com/3d_globe.html

but I'm not sure if its any good.
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After trying pretty much everything out there, this is what I really like for me. It tells me everything I need to know and has warned me in time to pull the power a few times with bad lightning storms.

http://www.afterten.com/products/weatherman/index.shtml

It's $10 for a lifetime of updates. To me it was $10 well spent.
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well if you use mozilla firefox there are numerous weather extensions you can use with it.
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well if you use mozilla firefox there are numerous weather extensions you can use with it.
exactly right, it is called Forecastfox from mozilla's extension website.
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There are also some dashboard widgets you should look into. (Besides the built-in one.)
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