Intellicast: Weather made pretty

Intellicast makes everything look better. Even a stormy day. Seriously, this thing is pretty.

Intellicast weather service rolled out a new beta version of its site last week. Users have access to all the usual Internet weather services like local, national, and international forecasts, plus daily summaries with detailed information. For those who are wary to ditch their speedy weather widget to check the forecast, Intellicast employs Ajax for no-loading browsing--making it a fair bit more compelling than the average Internet weather service.

I could go on with boring details about barometric pressure and how the sunrise and sunset icons make me happy, but I'll spare you. You can check out Intellicast beta here.

For more weather eye candy, check out Weather.com's new interactive maps powered by Windows Live Local.

[Found on Museum of Modern Betas.]

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