Never LandWeather is a site which tracks the weather for Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.
This year, it was the first time it was tracking Australia and New Zealand in a single day.
This means the UK, New England, New York and South Australia all have the same day.
In the US, it means all of the top 50 US states except Alaska and Hawaii are covered.
In Australia, the US was covered by 10 days, in New Zealand, the same as New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
Never Landweather also tracks the UK and US weather for the day and time, so if you live in the UK or the US you’ll see the weather from there.
There are no US states or territories to track at the moment, but the UK is expected to get an update next week.
Never LandWeather has now tracked the weather in Australia, South Australia, Queensland, Victoria and New South Wales, but it won’t be covering all the states at once.
Instead, it’s only covering those with a minimum of 100 days or more of weather information, as well as those that have more than 20 days of data.
This is where things get tricky.
Australia’s state of New South