A cable network, headquartered in Atlanta
, that focuses on only one thing - the weather
. You get 24 hours
of weather report
s a day, 365 days a year. This allows someone to turn to the channel, any time, and get the relevant weather.
You get repetitions of your local forecast, which shows data about the local conditions, taken from a site nearby (which can be a few towns over in large city suburbs, or in small towns), along with local forecasts, traveler's reports, showing all the big cities together, mainly targetted at business travelers, regional forecasts showing what each section of the coutry should be prepared for, with a mix of other, less common forecasts.
They also provide seasonal reports. You'll frequently see allergy reports during the spring and summer, showing which areas have significant levels of common allergens. The winter ushers in ski forecasts, so you'll know where the slopes are good, and where not to bother. There are also storm updates during hurricane and tornado season.
They do occasionally have special programming, perhaps an hour here or there, to focus on weather-related topics, but unlike other networks such as MTV and VH-1, they still are almost entirely doing what they were originally created to do - provide a quick weather resource, at any time of day.