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This is one of those features that has had a slow and tedious rollout, but now it appears to be visible more widely. If you try searching for weather results with Google Now, you should now be seeing — if you weren’t already — a pair of new hourly Wind and Precipitation graphs…

No, the friendly frog hasn’t gone anywhere. You’ll just find these new graphs down below the cute artwork and the weather outlook. If you scroll down, you can see the directions and speed of wind over the course of your day as well as precipitation outlook (including chance and volume).

This is a server-side update of course, so you don’t need to do anything on your end to get these features. It wasn’t appearing on my devices until several hours after others began reporting its widespread rollout this morning, so don’t panic if you aren’t seeing the new graphs yet.

Check it out:

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