From PaintedBus Partners:
DesktopForecast puts current local weather in your taskbar. It is easy to use and does not get in the way with advertising or a complex user interface. Just glance at your taskbar to see current conditions and temperature for your zipcode. Download the free trial version and see if you think this is the best way to get weather delivered to your desktop.
What's new in this version: Reduced price.
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"Excellent program: no ads, no surprises."
Version: DesktopForecast 3
Simple interface. Displays two taskbar icons for weather conditions and temperature. Click on either for a small pop-up window weather forecast. You can show temp only by using Windows taskbar properties to hide the weather condition icon. I placed a shortcut to the program in the start menu startup folder so that it always runs. Shown in the Windows XP Task Manager Processes Tab as using a reasonable 7,000k Mem Usage. Uninstall included.
Weather info from Yahoo, but they only update data for my location once per hour.