Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Oops! I already have it on my desktop task bar. Unless you buy the "Pro" version, it's adware, and you have to choose a sponsor (the kind of ads you want to receive) every so often, or it stops working. My anti-virus goes off now and then when Weatherbug downloads a tracking cookie; so I'm thinking about uninstalling it altogether because of that.

There was a time when Mozilla would not condone the use of adware add-ons because of privacy issues. I guess they've sold out like everyone else.

Why have it in my browser, anyway? If my browser is open, then it's a simple matter to go to the local TV station's Web site and click on their weather link--or better still, since my home page is a page I created on my hard drive, why not just put a direct link to my local TV's weather page on my home page so all I have to do is click the link to get all the weather info I need--including advisories, amber alerts, and the local news if I want it?

Stick with something useful, like the Hebrew Calendar that lives on the task bar.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (