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Evergreen, CO, July 13, 2012 --( Weatherist (, a weather gathering and grading site that gives you the most probable forecast is currently developing their mobile app. The website is currently in its beta phase, which only includes 10 United States cities. The company is currently developing their full site that will include all zip codes in the United States. Along with this, the developers are also working on a mobile app to accompany the site. The mobile app will allow users to easily access the ‘most probable forecast’ on their mobile phones.

The precise functions of the apps are still in development but more details will be released closer to the launch. As of now, Weatherist is planning for a late summer release of the apps which will be available on the Google Play market and in the Apple App Store.

“We are hard at work to ensure that our users will be receiving the best weather information that can be offered. The excitement is building and we believe that our process will bring a new perspective to the saturated weather market. Our data gathering and grading system has required several hundred development hours and we believe it to be well worth the investment,” said Brendan Kolber, Co-Founder of

Founded in 2011, is an online weather service that provides users with the Most Probable Forecast for their area. Unlike traditional weather forecast services, reviews multiple forecasts, grades them based off of actual results and only displays the highest rated data.
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