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Where do NZers go online to check the weather?

Where do New Zealanders go online to check the weather?

Information about the weather, given its utility-oriented and time-critical nature, lends itself well to online delivery. For updates on general weather conditions, as well as specialist information on specific conditions such as marine forecasts and snow reports, there are many options available online.

Below is a ranking of the New Zealand websites in Nielsen//NetRatings’ Market Intelligence weather category for the week ending 25 September 2005. These rankings can be customised to the needs of your publications and articles.

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