USA TODAY SELECTS WEATHERNEWS TO PROVIDE WEATHER AT-A-GLANCE.Weathernews Inc. (WNI WNI Wisconsin Name Index
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WNI Willamette processor New Instructions (Intel) ), Sunnyvale, Calif., the world's largest private weather information company, has been chosen by USA TODAY USA Today
National U.S. daily general-interest newspaper, the first of its kind. Launched in 1982 by Allen Neuharth, head of the Gannett newspaper chain, it reached a circulation of one million within a year and surpassed two million in the 1990s. to provide comprehensive weather data and graphics for its national and international newspapers and Web site, USATODAY.com. New types of forecasts, such as weather at major airports, and highly detailed maps will make it easier for USA TODAY readers and USATODAY.com users to view around-the-world forecasts.
"USA TODAY readers, both print and online, want instant access to weather news and information for their travel destinations," said Lorraine Cichowski, senior vice president and publisher of USATODAY.com. "Our customers will benefit from WNI's ability to quickly turn weather information into relevant news and clean graphics."
"With more than 20 offices worldwide and 200 scientists on our team, WNI collects and analyzes weather information and provides forecasts for the entire globe," said Jonathan Bell Jonathan Bell may be:
National Newspaper to Provide At-a-glance Weather Information
New features and enhanced graphics will make it easier for USA TODAY's domestic edition readers to find weather information for the most frequently visited cities in the nation. For example, across the top of the weather page, weather forecasts and projected airport delays will be reported for 13 major hub airports Africa
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Also new to the domestic weather page, a global travel map will show major weather events so travelers can plan or alter trips accordingly. A new comfort zone index will help travelers identify general weather conditions for different U.S. regions. In addition, the temperature-band map, already a feature of the USA TODAY weather page, will now show more detail and relief.
USA TODAY International Issue and Web Site Will Cater to Business Travelers
With data and graphics from WNI, the USA TODAY international edition will focus its weather reporting on Europe and will also include forecast maps depicting precipitation precipitation, in chemistry
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USATODAY.com will also be working with WNI to provide data and graphics for its Web site, which will feature localized weather information for more than 6,000 worldwide locations. The site also will include Doppler radar A system for measuring speed that is based on the Doppler effect. It is used in police radar systems as well as for measuring the velocity of hurricanes and tornadoes. See Doppler effect. images for the 50 major metro areas This article is about the music production team. For the article about population centers, see metropolitan area.
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Weathernews is the world's largest private weather information service and has over 650 employees in nine countries. Weathernews provides a wide variety of meteorological me·te·or·ol·o·gy
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