It seems like ages since the appeal of the Weather Channel in HD first came up
, but it looks like the wait may be drawing to an end. While we've been mildly sated
by the upconverted programming and limited HD graphics, the network is finishing up construction
of its new HD production facility this month. First up for the HD treatment are anchor programs "Your Weather Today" and "Evening Edition," slated for a June 2 HD debut. Distribution includes all six of the top HD-peddlers (Comcast, TWC, Charter, Cox, DirecTV and DISH), so most everybody that wants to can get in on the action. With HD trumping
real life in the clarity department, "turn on the TV" could actually be better weather advice than "look out the window!"