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The WeatherEye 10.1.2.0

The Weather Network would like to introduce the new and improved weather Widget.

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The WeatherEye is a Widgets software developed by The Weather Net. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for The WeatherEye:

Brothersoft Editor: The Weather Network would like to introduce the new and improved weather Widget, the WeatherEye. Based on our valued customer feedback the new WeatherEye Widget provides the following:

-Current observations for over 5000 cities in Canadian, American, and international Locations.
-Severe weather warnings for Canadian cities. The WeatherEye will flash an explanatory Red Banner across your Widget display when there is an alert for your area.
-Short-term with additional links to long-term, h…ourly forecasts, 14-day trends, maps, roads, health and environmental information.
-Local time and observation update information
-Smaller weather icon with Hi & Lo daily temperatures and a more Compact expanded version with all your local weather needs!

The WeatherEye has all of the weather information for your city, right at your fingertips! Download the WeatherEye Widget today, from Canada's number one source for weather information, The Weather Network.

*Widget Engine 4.0 and above will be required to run this Widget. To change your city preferences, right click on the Widget, click change location and enter your city name. Province or State is not required. Please enjoy!
you can free download The WeatherEye 10.1.2.0 now.

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Please be aware that Brothersoft do not supply any crack, patches, serial numbers or keygen for The WeatherEye,and please consult directly with program authors for any problem with The WeatherEye.