Years ago, weather forecasts were limited to television, radio and newspapers. Automated telephone systems sandwiched the forecast to the current time and temperature. Today, access to forecasts is unlimited. By example, The Weather Channel's on-line service - www.weather.com - targets the forecast for any location via a Zip Code. The site also offers predictions for cities and locations worldwide. Each day, our www.WBRZ.com site includes a full explanation of the projected weather patterns, reinforced by a video presentation. On Wednesday, I visited with Father Vic Messina who extended his appreciation of the forecast and related weather information on our Weather Line. He noted that at his present location the means of dialing a number for the forecast is his preferred weather choice. Should you need the service it's available at 225-336-2375
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