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Hyperlocal AccuWeather forecasts are now available on Apple Watch, making important weather information even more accessible STATE COLLEGE, Pa., April 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- AccuWeather,
Interactive touchscreen solution expands content with additional polling capabilities, plus weather, traffic, social media, and more, to provide fully integrated local newsroom solution.
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Preloaded, hyperlocal AccuWeather forecasts will be available to users of the next generation of Samsung Galaxy smartphones STATE COLLEGE, Pa., April 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- AccuWeather
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Can someone with arthritis forecast the weather? It is possible even though most people don’t think so. Anyone that has some form of arthritis can tell you when it’s about to get colder as there joints start to flare up and the pain starts to increase. This is because the temperature is getting colder and high pressure is moving into the area. When high pressure moves into an area it is made up of colder weather which is the cold air sinking from the upper levels of the atmosphere down...
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