It's A Digital Move To A New URL
After over 27K "site sessions" and more than 14K unique visitors since its launch in March of 2020, I am shutting down this blog but you will still be able to find similar content at a new location. I started this from scratch during the height of the pandemic. The experience has taught me a lot about permalinks, SEO optimization, meta descriptions and so much more. The nerd in me has really enjoyed it.
As most of you know, I have been a member of the Fox 32 Weather Team since July of this year.
We have a combined experience of nearly a 130 years of forecasting the weather. I will be contributing content to our station's website starting this week. I will continue to alert you on my Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/TMcGillWeather) and through my twitter account (https://twitter.com/TMcGillWeather) when I have posted something new that I want to bring to hour attention.
I want to thank all of you who visited my blog. My hope is that you maybe learned something about Chicago's weather and at the very least, were able to get an accurate forecast now and then.
Please add these bookmarks to your list-
This is where you will find my posts from now on:
This is where you will find the latest 7-day forecast and a lot more:
You can also download the Fox 32 Weather App for your phone at Google Play or Apple's App Store.
Our App has all of the following features:
The FOX 32 Weather app includes current conditions updated multiple times per hour
Live interactive radar including future radar to see where severe weather is heading
Hourly and daily forecasts updated from our computer models
Fully integrated GPS functionality so you can track the weather from anywhere in the world
Add and save your favorite locations
7-day and 10-day forecasts
The latest video from our weather team
Live-streaming FOX 32 Chicago newscasts to keep you informed during severe weather
Up-to-the-minute traffic information will help make your commute easier
Severe weather alerts from the National Weather Service
Track lightning and see earthquake locations
So long from this URL!