I never used to take much notice of weather forecasts, but for the past few years I've checked it daily.
Prior to having my new (Windows 8) laptop I used to use a French service called 'La Chaine Meteo', which (I was assured) was used by all French farmers everywhere, and therefore infallible.
Frankly it was bloody useless. In fact, if it said it would rain you could almost guarantee it wouldn't; and vice versa. So it's been DUMPED.
In its stead I now use Microsoft's own system. It is as comprehensive as one could possibly want, and seems to get things spot-on.
It has an hour by hour forecast, a 10 day forecast, several maps including almost-live satellite shots, and a historic view of the month's highs and lows etc.
On the lower picture you might see that at 8am it was to be foggy and 12 C. When I went outside to check, it was exactly that.
On the top picture, you can probably see that we have roughly 25 C forecast for the next few days; 25 C just happens to be my favourite temperature, another good reason to follow MSN weather.