Where I live, the weather radar is often fascinating. I try to get a sense of what the weather's going to be like as I plan the day or week, though I'm not nearly as obsessive as some people I know. Still, if there's going to be a major storm, I try to mow ahead and stuff.
Here, weather radar is boring. The weather right now ranges from slightly cooler than ideal to slightly warmer than ideal. And even when it's warmer, it's pretty close to my idea of ideal.
When I first moved to the midwest, I was confused by the extra locations added in case of rain for pretty much every outdoor event, because in my growing up, it didn't rain during summer. And where I lived in the Peace Corps, you always assumed it would rain, and planned accordingly. But in the midwest, there's no telling.