Here There and Everywhere

Expat wanderer

Weather Underground

We all have routines that get us through the things we do every day, things we do almost without thinking. You get up, you take care of your morning ablutions, fix some coffee, and then, in my case, you check e-mails, read the day’s selections from the lectionary, check the blog, and check the weather.

Part of my routine is Weather Underground. I like it so much, I added it to my blogroll, over there to the right. When I click, I get Kuwait Weather, first thing, but over on the left are all my favorite cities where I have family and friends – Seattle, Pensacola, Doha (Qatar), Mfuwe (Zambia), Colorado Springs, Zanzibar . . . all at a glance. With one click, I can see what the weather will be there, too.

And for any other city I’m travelling to, I can just type it in and it will take me there.

When my son was getting married, I could check the weather for many years back to see how hot it generally gets on that day in that city – it gave me a range for which to pack.

I’ve tried a lot of other weather sites, but this one has the things I need. It’s part of my daily routine. You can find it here.

January 23, 2007 - Posted by | Blogging, Cross Cultural, ExPat Life, Family Issues, Kuwait, Qatar, Seattle, Uncategorized, Weather, Zambia, Zanzibar


  1. I needed something like that for Kuwait that’s trustworthy. Now I know to just come to your blog and go through your blogroll to get the weather forecast. Thanks intelxpatr!

    Comment by 1001 Nights | January 23, 2007 | Reply

  2. Zin – You’re welcome!

    Comment by intlxpatr | January 23, 2007 | Reply

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