Cool find. I think I’d still prefer my normal procedure, but I’ll add that in to see if it provides some additional perspective.
Normally I use two data sources. ClearSkyChart being the first and NWS being the second.
The NWS site is miserable for intuitive navigation (for me anyways), so here is how I use it in a nut shell:
Go to “your local” page, you can usually get here with relative ease.
From it, on the right side near the bottom there are two links in the form of images. One being the “HOURLY WEATHER GRAPH ” the other being the”NATIONAL DIGITAL FORECAST DATABASE”
Those two NWS pages combined with ClearSkyClock provide forecast data from two different sources (CMC and NWS) which can enhance your confidence level. Besides that, CSC is only good out to a day or two where NWS data goes out to 5 or 6 days so it helps with longer range planning.
This is all of course subject to the validity of predicting the weather. FWIW, YMMV, IANAL, OMG, BFF, WTF, BBQ,….
/I have my local NWS pages as toolbar buttons in FireFox so I don’t have to go through all that every time.