Finally, Twitter announces the launch of its new paid service, Tomorrow

Although its own experience of using it is based on free, the social networking platform Twitter has recently begun to work on launching a number of paid services, and among these services there is a new service dedicated to weather conditions called Tomorrow.

Yesterday, the social networking site Twitter announced the local weather news service called Tomorrow, and sources indicate that Twitter is cooperating with veteran climate journalist and famous meteorologist Eric Holthouse, and according to 9to5mac, this service will be available across 16 cities. in North America with the participation of 18 local meteorologists who will create content and free content for members.” The team will include about 30 climate writers and four part-time editorial staff.

For cities such as Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Boston, New York, Washington and Toronto as well as the Dominican Republic, newsletters and feature-length content will be produced on the Twitter Revue newsletter platform. Local weather news service Tomorrow will also feature short membership content for users with reserved spaces and Q&A services for the public.

9to5mac notes that a subscription to the new Twitter platform for local weather news service Tomorrow will start at $10 per month. Currently, users will be able to request information via email.