We've changed the structure of NationalWeatherOnline.com just a bit, and decided to make two big changes to the way we handle our Headlines:
1) Instead of a "Headlines Page" for all domestic and international headlines, we're breaking domestic stories up into the region they occur. We've always had our regional pages for our correspondent reports - and that is still the core of the regional idea - but you've let us know that if you click on your region, you want to see all that's available. No problem.
2) Any video reports that are applicable nation-wide or internationally will appear on our main Home Page, NationalWeatherOnline.com. Though we are eliminating text reports on international weather, we will continue to send links to individual stories via our Twitter account, @weatheronline. You'll see our latest tweets also now appear on the Main Page.
Overall, we believe this will create a more enjoyable and fluid user experience. So, try it out, let us know what you think, and please update your bookmarks to the Main Page, NationalWeatherOnline.com, since this page will eventually be de-activated.
And if you're not a correspondent - look into becoming one today!
Your NationalWeatherOnline.com Staff