Weathermole is a very excellent combination of two web apps: Google maps, and the National Weather Service 7 day forecasts. 

Click anywhere on the map, and the seven day forecast for that city appears at the bottom of the page. Terrific for you business travellers who fly around the U.S. alot. As someone who did an abusrd amount of travel in 2005, this would have been exrtremely useful to have.
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http://weathermole.com/WeatherMole/index.html

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One Response to “Google Maps/Weather.gov mashup: Weathermole”

  1. Andy says:

    They should add faa.gov’s airport statuses to the mashup then.