Yes, Keef. Weather symbols (for types of weather such as rain, fog, snow etc), wind barbs for wind strength at various different levels. It also has cloud base forecasts. All this is available for about 48 hours out.
There was a fairly detailed review of PFMS in the December issue of Flyer, you should have a read of it if you haven't seen PFMS in a few years...it's come a long way
PFMS also has weather radar for Europe, USA & Austrailia (possibly Canada too...I'd have to check that one!) Updated every 15 minutes for Europe, and every 5 (I think) for the USA.
But my favourite piece of weather info is the METAR & TAF colour coded circles. These let you see at a glance what type of conditions are reported/forecast at a particular location. They are by default based on the NATO colours. So for example an airport reported as Blue will have the weather that the RAF record as blue.
Personally, I don't like the NATO colour codes, but these are changable to your own colours and conditions.
See this screen shot for example. (This shows the weather circles rather than the radar or weather symbols.
I've set light green circles to what I consider excellent VFR weather, dark green to good VFR weather, Blue to acceptable VFR weather, Yellow to "OK in a push to get a short distance", and orange and red to "forget it".
It's very easy to see in an instant where is good and where is not. Time can also be advanced so that the circles are based on TAF's rather than METARS.
A lot of people do use their mobile phones to update the weather in flight, though I have to admit that I don't bother.