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Page updated: March 26, 2020

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Astrogram / Saturn (1986)

Song: "First Edition" by Network Music
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Fact Sheet / Clouds (1986)

Song: "(I've Been) Searchin' So Long" by Chicago
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Fact Sheet / Fish (1986)

Song: "Paint A Rumour" by The Eurythmics
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Fact Sheet / Icebergs (1986)

Song: "Fresh" by Kool & The Gang
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Program Note (1986)

Song: "Fresh" by Kool & The Gang
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Q&A (1986)

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Record Book / High temperature (1986)

Song: "First Touch" by The Eurythmics
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Weather Brief (1986)

Song: "Fresh" by Kool & The Gang
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Fall back (1988)

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New set (1989)

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The rarely seen "frigid" icon (February 27, 1990)

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WeatherSTAR 4000 Changes (February 20, 1991)

Song: "First-Time Love" by Dave Grusin
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WeatherSTAR 4000 Changes (February 20, 1991)

Song: "Clara's Heart" by Eddie Daniels
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WeatherSTAR 4000 Changes (April 17, 1991)

Songs:
1) "Jesse James" by Skywalk
2) "Where Are You Now" by Dan Siegel
3) "London Interlude" by Lonnie Liston Smith
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WeatherSTAR 4000 Changes (April 17, 1991)

Song: "Seguaro" by Lanz & Speer
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WeatherSTAR 4000 Changes (October 9, 1992)

The "L" flavor before the lineup was changed.

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WeatherSTAR 4000 Changes (November 19, 1992)

The "L" flavor after the lineup was changed. Other general changes included the NOAA logo being added to the 36 hour forecast pages, as well as the Travel Cities Forecast going to a blue gradient background with animated icons for the weather conditions.

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WeatherSTAR 4000 Changes (November 26, 1992)

Shortly after it's debut, the new Travel Cities Forecast (with the blue background and forecast icons) reverted back to the old, gray, text-only version. I don't know why this happened, but I assume there was some technical glitch.

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WeatherSTAR 4000 Changes (December 9, 1992)

The Travel Cities Forecast eventually switched back to the new blue background with forecast icons. The only difference was that NY City was now New York.