Getting Started


Hello and welcome to WeatherTogether!

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Noctilucent Clouds
Credit: NASA

WeatherTogether is a multisite network consisting of local weather blogs from all around the world. The concept of a multisite network can be a bit confusing, as there is far more to WeatherTogether than what you simply see on weathertogether.net. Here’s a brief primer on getting registered and navigating throughout the network.

Registering For The Site

To become a member, you simply click on the “register” button in the top right corner of the page. Or, just click here.

This will direct you to a form where you can register your account and make your site if you so choose. For more details on making a site, click here.

After you do this, you’ll have to activate your account via email. Be sure to check your spam if you don’t see it in your inbox. After everything is activated, you can go back to the site and log in!

Your BuddyPress Profile

Once you are logged in, you can click on the “Howdy, (insert name here)” in the upper right-hand corner, and it will take you to your profile. You can also simply click on the “Profile” tab on the menu below.

Once you are at your profile, you can do a variety of different things. You can post “status updates” (activity), edit your profile, look at your personal site (if you made one), read notifications, and modify your settings.


Although you can see your your activity/site on your own profile, you need to go to the Activity page to see what other people are posting.

Weather Blogs

To find the weather sites and blogs that others have created, go to the interactive map at the bottom of the homepage. The map has a marker for the location of each weather blog. Hovering over one of those markers will open up a box with a little information about the blogger. Click on the picture in that box to go to that person’s site.

Additionally, the weather blogs of our contributors are listed under the “Our Contributors” page here. These sites are what really make WeatherTogether special. Be sure to check them out!

That’s enough to get you started. Thanks for reading, and we hope you enjoy WeatherTogether!