Changes to BBC Weather site
Since the launch of the new-look weather site back in February, we have continued to develop it, and we have moved content from the old site.
Most recently, we added the Monthly Outlook to our UK Forecast page. We've also made improvements behind the scenes to make the site quicker to load and even more reliable.
The next release of improvements, coming soon, will be visibly more noticeable than others we've made since February.
These are part of our continuing effort to make the site clearer and easier to use, whether you use the site to get a quick snapshot of the current forecast or want more detailed information about the weather conditions.
Following feedback from our audiences, and ideas from our weather team, we have made it easier to "Find a Forecast" when you arrive and easier to scan the 24-hour and five-day forecasts to see the weather trend over the coming hours or days.
Everything you found on the site before, you'll still find there now - it'll just be easier to get to the forecast information you need.
When you arrive, you will see our Forecast Finder has more prominence and a new UK Summary gives a quick snapshot of the weather across the UK. The full set of UK maps is still available on the UK Forecast page.
Once you've found your local forecast, you will see that the 24-hour and five-day information is arranged on two tabs again. We have put back the temperature and wind symbols rather than displaying them as text. You can also choose to view all the available detail we have for each of the five days.
As I said above, these improvements are building on the work we started in February and we'll continue to add further improvements and new features in the coming weeks and months.
Richard Chapman is editorial manager of BBC Weather.