|Country of origin||United States|
|Running time||180 minutes|
|Original channel||The Weather Channel|
|Picture format||480i (SD)|
|Original run||September 29, 2003 – present|
PM Edition is a weather program on The Weather Channel. It focuses on weather conditions for the evening commute. It also recaps the day's weather and delivers the forecast for tomorrow.
All times are eastern time.
- 4:00pm-7:00pm with Nick Walker and Vivian Brown
- 5:00pm-8:00pm with Adam Berg and Kim Perez
- 11:00pm-2:00am with Bill Keneely and Samantha Mohr
PM Edition and sister program Afternoon Outlook were launched in fall 2003 and helped finish the compartmentalization of the TWC programming day, which transformed the network from Weather Center to a myriad of different shows with set hosts and tone. The original pair of meteorologists for the program was Carl Parker and Kristina Abernathy. The current hosts are Nick Walker and Vivian Brown.
The program, originally 2 hours in length airing from 6-8pm eastern was expanded to three hours, (airing from 4-7pm eastern) on September 25, 2006 as a result of the cancellation of Afternoon Outlook and the debut of Abrams And Bettes: Beyond The Forecast. In September 2007 the program once again returned to two hours in length airing from 5-7pm eastern. In March 2009 the show returned to 3 hours in length replacing the afternoon hour of Weather Center which was revamped as a primetime program.