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Below are videos of the WeatherSTAR XL from around the U.S.


April 4, 2000-A WeatherStar XL v.1 from Youngstown, PA. (Courtesy TWC Classics and Tyler Tomasino)


April 24, 2000-Xl v.1 from Youngstown, PA. (courtesy TWC Classics and Tyler Tomasino)


May 1, 2000-An XL v.1 from Fulton, NY. Features Last Train Home by Pat Metheny. (courtesy TWC Classics)


May 1, 2000 #2-Another XL v.1 from Fulton, NY. (courtesy TWC Classics)


July 12, 2000-An XL v.1 from Cincinatti, OH. (courtesy TWC Classics)


August 5, 2000-XL v.1 from Reading, PA. (courtesy TWC Classics and Shaun Ganley)


August 6, 2000-XL v.1 from Reading, PA. Features Listening Room by Jenjii/Jeanne Ricks. (courtesy TWC Classics and Shaun Ganley)


August 8, 2000-A WeatherStar XL v.1 from Reading, PA. (courtesy TWC Classics)


November 14, 2001-A WeatherSTAR XL v.2 featuring Secret Garden by Ryan Farish. (courtesy ILoveStorms)


November 14, 2001 #2-Another XL v.2. This one features Steps by John Maellero. (courtesy ILoveStorms)


November 14, 2001 #3-Another XL v.2. This one features String Bean by Brian Hughes. (courtesy ILoveStorms)


January 26, 2002-An XL v.2 from Birmingham, AL. Features Southwest Passage by Dave Grusin. (courtesy Brian/Lightning)


April 13, 2002-An Xl V.2 featuring Sailing Through The City by David Benoit. (courtest ILoveStorms)


May 4, 2002-XL v.1 from Minneapolis, Minn. Features Morning Dance by Spyro Gyra. (courtesy TWC Classics and Charles Abel)


May 5, 2002- A WeatherStar XL v.2 from Minneapolis, Minnesota. Features Shelby Layne by Bob Rafkin.(courtesy TWC Classics and Charles Abel)


May 5, 2002 #2-Another XL v.2 from Minneapolis, Minn. Features Let It Rain by Eric Clapton.(courtesy TWCClassics and Charles Abel)


November 14, 2002-An XL v.2 from Brmingham, AL. Features Stringbean by Brian Hughes. (courtesy Brian/Lightning)


November 14, 2002 #2-Another XL v.2 from Birmingham, AL. Features Steps by John Maellaro. (courtesy Brian/Lightning)


November 14, 2002 #3-Another XL v.2 from Birmingham, AL. Features Secret Garden by Ryan Farish. (Courtesy Brian/Lightning)


May 12, 2003-An XL v.2 from Minneapolis, Minn. Features Trammell Starks. (courtesy TWC Classics and Charles Abel)


June 26, 2003-An XL v.2 from Newark, NJ. Features Could We Fall in Love by Craig Chaquico.(courtesy TWC Classics)


September 18, 2003-An XL v.2 from Wilmington, NC during Hurricane Isabel. (courtesy DJ)


September 22, 2003-An XL v.2 from Minneapolis, Minn. (courtesy TWC Classics and Charles Abel)


November 3, 2003-An XL v.2 from Minneapolis, Minn. featuring a Winter Weather Advisory. (courtesy TWC Classics and Charles Abel)


November 8, 2003-An XL v.2 from Mineapolis, Minn., with no Current Conditions or Regional Observations. (courtesy TWC Classics and Charles Abel)


March 9, 2004-An XL v.2 from Minneapolis, Minn. A couple of errors in this one-first, the 36 hour forecast is entirley missing. Second, on the Extended Forecast screen there is no location, which is usually shown just beneath the words Extended Forecast. Features No Es Fascil by Ron Fattorusso.(courtesy TWC Classics and Charles Abel)


May 27, 2004-An XL v.2 from Cincinatti, Oh. Features a Severe Thunderstorm Warning scroll. (courtesy TWC Classics)


June 10, 2004-An XL v.2 from Daytona Beach, Florida. Features Latin Summer Night by Eddie Reasoner.(courtesy TWC Classics and Shaun Ganley)


June 11, 2004-An XL v.2 from Daytona Beach, Florida. (courtesy TWC Classics and Shaun Ganley)


June 12, 2004-A WeatherStar X v.2 video from Daytona Beach, Florida. Features Atlantica by Ryan Farish. (courtesy TWC Classics and Shaun Ganley)


June 21, 2004-An XL v.2 from Minneapolis, Minn. (courtesy TWC Classics and Charles Abel)


July 9, 2004-An XL v.2 from Cincinnati, OH. (courtesy TWC Classics)


August 29, 2004-An XL v.2 from Syracuse, NY. Features a Severe Thunderstorm Watch. Features Song For Jimmy by Penny Lea. (courtesy TWC Classics and Shaun Ganley)


September 13, 2004-AnXL v.1 from Minneapolis, Minn. during coverage of Hurricane Ivan. (courtesy of TWC Classics and Charles Abel)


September 26, 2004-An XL v.2 from Minneapolis, Minn. Features Run To You by Ryan Farish.(courtesy TWC Classics and Charles Abel)


September 2, 2005-An XL v.3 from Youngstown, PA during coverage of the aftermath of Katrina. Features No Limit by Joe McBride. (courtesy TWC Classics and Dondi Stroma)


December 2006 #2-Another video ofthe XL from Punxsutawney, PA. Features You're The One by Sly and the Family Stone. (courtesy TechGuy)


January 2007-Weatherstar XL v3 from Punxsutawney, PA. Features Miss My Cabana by Jay Soto.(courtesy TechGuy)


August 31, 2008-Weatherstar XL v3 from Petoskey , MI. Still has legacy basemaps.(courtesy Aaron/socool775) (.mov file)


April 6, 2009 -Video of the XL from Houghton Lake. Features "Living Water" by Ryan Farish. (courtesy Aaron/socool775)


May 25, 2009-Another video ofthe XL from Houghton Lake. Features "If I Could" by Phish. (courtesy Aaron/socool775)