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Free Weather Underground 1-Year Membership Trial (Ad Free)

PedroR 1,414 February 26, 2013 at 12:08 PM in Services (4)
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Promoted 02-26-2013 at 08:56 PM View Original Post
Weather Underground is offering a Free 1-Year Membership Trial (Ad Free) when you follow the instructions below. Thanks PedroR
  1. Click here and create a new account.
  2. Click on the checkbox to upgrade membership for $10.
  3. Activate your membership from the link in your email.
  4. Enter gift code QWV35 and press redeem
  5. You have successfully activated your free 1-Year No-Ads Weather Underground trial

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Edited February 26, 2013 at 05:38 PM by BostonGirl
New Account
www.wunderground.com/members/signup.asp#
(Mailinator accounts are perfect for this}
When completing the Join details, check the upgrade box
Confirm via email and enter the code
Code QWV35

Renew
payment.wunderground.com/NoAdsPayment.php
Code QWV35


I was due for renewal so....
And yes I know its been covered before (including yours truly)http://slickdeals.net/newsearch.php#forumchoice%5B%5D=9&q=wunderground.com

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#61
Surprisingly I never knew about weather.gov. Looks good as well.
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#62
Thanks, Repped.
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#63
Ok so what's the benefits of this over, say, weather.com?
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#64
Thanks. Rep'd
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#65
Quote from timmage View Post :
Just send a free membership to yourself. I do it every year. Thanks anyway for the noobs.

Sweet
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#66
Thanks ,got 1 year Free Trials
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Quote from atari View Post :
Ok so what's the benefits of this over, say, weather.com?
im in the same boat - but how is this any better than NOAA.org? (where weather.com and probably 99% of all media resources get their weather reports from)

I dont see an advantage (although its a free limited membership - but otherwise $10 a year) with this rather than getting information straight from noaa - where they run worldwide weather simulation systems 8-9 times a day and you get their analysis in the forecast discussion?
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#68
Really, Weather Underground? What a crap name that insults our intelligence. We know what monsters they were and bombs don't go with rainbowsshake head
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#69
Thanks, took less than 30 seconds for the whole ordeal.
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#70
ty! this site is pretty cool so far. lotta information
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Quote from mcshaggin View Post :
I know from first hand experience that tv producers at the weather channel will not use temps from weather.com because they are not accurate. I can't say that wunderground is anymore accurate even though they are also owned by the weather channel now.
Weather.com is slap full of ads, they keep popup blockers in business.

I know I can select the weather station that I want from about 5 choices within two miles of my home. The news usually uses the coastal and inland for temps. I am in between but closer to inland, with this I can pick my particular area. If you play with the site it also has a lot of historical data that can be found.
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#72
I go to sign up through facebook, it asked me for a handle and I put one it and it just keeps looping me. I can't get passed that page. *shrug*
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#73
never tried this before...well..it's free why not!!
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#74
Thanks op!
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#75
Quote from mcshaggin View Post :
I know from first hand experience that tv producers at the weather channel will not use temps from weather.com because they are not accurate. I can't say that wunderground is anymore accurate even though they are also owned by the weather channel now.
Weather.com is slap full of ads, they keep popup blockers in business.
if you use adblock from firefox plugin no ads ... that's why i don't see ads on facebook when i logged in... it works
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