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New Minor Update 1.1.0.9

by Rory Groves        November 19, 2012  |  8:37 am  |  Category: Latest News

Version 1.1.0.9 (a minor update) of Weather Defender is available. This new patch replaces the Local Radar/Site-Level Radar imagery with a new more accurate data source and fixes several other bugs.

Enhancements include:

  • New source for Local Radar (old source will expire later this year)
  • 2 new radar tilts for Reflectivity site-level radar (0.8 degrees and 1.8 degrees)
  • Fixed latitude/longitude not updating in bottom-right status bar
  • Fixed GDI+ errors (Red 'X' on dialogs)

Download the Update Here (must have version 1.1 already installed):

http://www.weatherdefender.com/download/wd1109patch.msi




Discounted pricing on Weather Defender this month

by Rory Groves        September 10, 2012  |  10:32 am  |  Category: Latest News
September Sale

Take advantage of special fall pricing by ordering Weather Defender® at steeply discounted prices!


For the entire month of September, the activation fee is just $5 and your first month is FREE! That's nearly $120 in savings!.

Follow the link below to order:

Order Today for Just $5!

 

Winter Making an Appearance

by Jamie Robinson        January 19, 2012  |  6:27 pm  |  Category: Latest News
In a year where winter has been hard to find, it's finally making itself known across the northern United States. The Northwest is seeing a multi-day winter storm that has over 200,000 without power on Puget Sound. The good news for Seattle and surrounding area is that temperatures are forecast to rise this weekend. This will keep any upcoming precipitation in the form of rain.

Cold air has settled in across the northern quarter of the U.S. Current temperatures in North Central Minnesota are currently below zero.


This, along with the winds, are creating dangerous wind chills across parts of the Dakotas, Minnesota and Wisconsin.

There are already Winter Weather Advisories out across the Upper Midwest through Friday evening.

Most areas are expecting around 2-4" of snow through Friday evening. Chicago's expecting 4-6" of snow and Milwaukee is expecting 3-5".
The storm should then move into the Northeast for Saturday. Again, most areas are expecting 1-3", however, Pittsburgh is in a narrow band that is expecting 3-5" of snow from Friday night through Saturday.

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