Reload This Page

Because your browser is caching some weather data on this page (i.e. saving old data to allow the page to load faster), you may need to force your browser to bypass the cache and load the data fresh from the server. To force your browser to load the most recent weather data, click on the Reload This Page button below.

If reloading the page does not update some of the weather information, you need to clear the cache in your browser. Usually just clearing the last hour will suffice.

Click here to learn how

If you are using Google Chrome, in addition to Google tracking every single website you have visited since Al Gore invented the Internet, you might have to clear your browser cache every time you view the page. Ain’t technology grand?


Conditions are updated approximately every five minutes. You have to press the Reload This Page button above to refresh conditions.

Current Weather

Current weather data is updated every 30 seconds.
Hover your mouse over each gauge, or tap the gauge on your smartphone, to see a graph of weather data since midnight. A second tap on your smartphone will close the graph.

These weather gauges were painstakingly assembled using organically-sourced, tariff-free, non-meddled-with-by-Russians-when-they-were-influencing-elections, electronic components, encased in superior-quality porcelain templates approved by both the American Dental Association and the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, Iron Ship Builders, Blacksmiths, Forgers and Helpers, as well as one CPA, a school teacher, and two lawyers (lawyers always come in twos – you can’t just get one), and overlaid with genuine 22-karat gold leaf applied by hand and carefully mounted on a heavy duty stainless steel plate recycled from the bed of a Ford F-250 truck. If you need to clean the gauges, use a clean, dry, lint-free soft cloth, preferably micro-fiber. Do not attempt to remove the gauges as this will void your warranty and likely ruin your smartphone or monitor. Also, do not tap on a gauge to correct its reading; that is only a gimmick used in movies to warn you that something is about to explode or in real life on your propane tank in the winter when the gauge is stuck. Tapping on one of these weather gauges will only preserve your fingerprints on your screen. However, if you are a movie star, tapping may result in an explosion; therefore, as a precaution, you should always wear safety goggles whilst viewing this page (or peeling vegetables or taking out a loan). Any exception(s) must be approved in advance by the United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing, Pipefitting and Sprinkler Fitting Industry of the United States and Canada.

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