MSN Weather update brings improved forecasts to Microsoft Edge, Bing, and the web

Brad Stephenson

MSN Weather app

Microsoft updated the MSN Weather web experience this week with some visual refinements that bring it closer in look to the Windows 10 Weather app and several new features for improved functionality.

Among the more noteworthy additions are mode details on daily weather reports that break down hourly temperature, chances of rain, wind, and humidity.

The update also improves MSN Weather’s online maps which improved use of radar images that incorporate augmented social, spatial, and temporal data. “These forecasts reflect small topographical variances in your specific area so you can get forecasts for your street, not your county, with predictions on a minute-to-minute basis,” the announcement explains.

These improvements are now live in the United States on the MSN website (see top image), Bing, and within the Microsoft Edge web browser and are expected to roll out to other regions in the near future.