Get The Weather Channel App
If you travel a lot or have friends, family or colleagues all around the world, I suggest downloading The Weather Channel app (the first one on the page, though Weather Underground is also good). I add all the cities I’m traveling to or that I’m interested in and it not only gives me the 10-day forecast for each but also tells me what the local time is there. It also tells you if it’s daytime or nighttime. It’s helpful for those who travel a lot and can’t always keep track of their schedule or times zones, let alone the weather in each! Here’s what it looks like for me:
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