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<h5 class="infoHeader">What's New</h5>
<li>2/2/2004<br />
New version <a href="">1.0 final</a></li>
<li>1/25/2004<br />
Created project, added .xpi files</li>
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<h5 class="infoHeader">Weather</h5>
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<h5 class="page-header">Home</h5>

<p><strong>What is Weather?</strong> Weather is an extension to show local weather conditions in the <a href="">Mozilla Thunderbird</a> e-mail client. <a href="screenshots.html">See more screenshots of Weather in action</a></p>

<li>Current temperature and forecast for any US zip code in your e-mail client.</li>
<li>Humidity, wind chill, dew point, barometric pressure, and more available in tooltip.</li>
<li>Automatically refreshes at user defined interval.</li>

<p><strong>Where can I download it?</strong> Visit our <a href="installation.html">Installation</a> page.</p>

<p><strong>Why doesn't it work?</strong> If you have problems using the extension, please let us know by <a href="bugs.html">filing a bug</a>.</p>

<strong>Known Issues:</strong>
<li>I've not updated it to use the new extension system introduced in Thunderbird 0.7. It should still install but will not show up under installed extensions.</li>
<li>It works only with US zipcodes and displays temperatures only in fahrenheit. We hope to be able to add international support in a future release.</li>
<li>It is dependant on <a href="">a single web service</a>, so if the web service goes down you will not be able see current conditions. We're looking for alternative options, so if you know of any <a href="list.html">let us know</a>.</li>
<li>Currently works only in Thunderbird. Hopefully sometime in the future we'll have Firebird/Mozilla Suite versions out too.</li>
<li>Some of the haze/fog icons are a little weird. (Thanks to grayrest for pointing this out.)</li>


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