Weather is part of everyone’s daily life. Not surprisingly, people on Twitter are talking about the weather every minute of every day. In fact, on average, people send some 200 Tweets per minute about the weather. When the weather is particularly noteworthy, that number jumps to 300-500 weather-related Tweets per minute.
Starting today, the Weather Channel and Twitter are teaming up to make it even easier to find local weather information and take advantage of real-time Tweets about weather happening near you. The Weather Channel has created local weather accounts for more than 200 U.S. cities that will Tweet regular local forecast updates. Follow your local weather account and send those Tweets directly to your phone for regularly updated weather reports.
There are also plenty of other great weather-related Twitter accounts providing news, color and commentary around weather events, from the everyday to the extreme, including:
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