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'Wall Street Journal' adds weather section

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New York--Dow Jones & Co.’s flagship, The Wall Street Journal, debuted Monday a new editorial section: “Weather Watch.”

Appearing on the back page of the Money & Investing section, Weather Watch uses data from AccuWeather to provide information to business travelers about weather forecasts and expected delays at key airline hubs around the world.

The page also includes “Weather to Buy or Sell,” which will appear Monday through Thursday and offer information about how the climate is affecting commodities.

On Fridays, “Events Forecast” will forecast weekend weather for global cities hosting festivals or other events.

--Sean Callahan

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