® Launches Forecast Snapshot Tool for Google™ Maps

November 08, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology News announced the launch of the new Forecast Snapshot. The tool integrates with Google Maps and provides current conditions, 3-day forecasts, weather news headlines, and radar or satellite images for every location on Earth.

The Forecast Snapshot is unique because it combines the most popular weather information in one easy interface. Other tools provide forecasts, current conditions, or radar; Forecast Snapshot provides all of them for both domestic and international locations, easily selected by ZIP code or city and country search.

" takes pride in giving the best weather information how and when users want it," Michael Sylvie,'s Manager, New Media Business Development, said. "The Forecast Snapshot for Google Maps is another great example of using an emerging platform to deliver weather information in a fun and interactive way never before available." offers a range of downloads for all types of online users. The site offers mini-applications that can be used on Yahoo!, Google, Mac OS X, Windows Vista, web sites or blogs, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera, and the iPhone. All downloads are simple, free, and available through the Download Center. is interested in working with developers to create new and useful ways for users to access the Best Weather on the Web™. If you are a developer with an idea for a project using our data, please contact

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