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  1.    21 Sep 2015 #1
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    Weather App Bug


    This was a thing in Win8 and now it's a thing in WIn10.

    Temp doesn't match hourly temp and the hourly temp is the correct one.

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  2.    21 Sep 2015 #2
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    That's(bottom temp)the projected temp for the next hour. Look at the temp at the top and look at your clock, and compare the time under the bottom temp.

    EDIT: If it's correct, well that's another story
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  3.    21 Sep 2015 #3
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    Well I took that screen at 5.44am so I thought the main temp would be closer to the hourly forcast. It really felt more like 11 than 16 at that hour of the morning too.

    I could be wrong of course, I didn't have a weather gauge handy
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  4.    21 Sep 2015 #4
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    Oh well, here's a screenshot of mine now(it's 06:40 a.m)
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  5.    21 Sep 2015 #5
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    Hmm. Mine is matching. It's 11:48 pm ATM. Fahrenheit of course. Celsius matches too.

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  6.    22 Sep 2015 #6
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    I just did some comparing, being that the app uses FORECA(for me anyhow)

    Using Bing search
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  7.    22 Sep 2015 #7
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    I don't mid if it doesn't match so much but the main temp often seems way off compared to the forecast temp.

    That said mine is matching atm too.

    I find weatherzone to be the most accurate, perhaps because it's based in my country there's less change of a time error or something.
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  8.    22 Sep 2015 #8
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    I think there's a few factors. It all depends on how often MS servers refreshes with data from Foreca servers. You can push "Data from Foreca" at the bottom to open a browser page. My app states it's 2F warmer than the Foreca site. I live in an area where it could be 80F and 5 minutes later it's 70F. Weather can change that drastically.

    It depends on which weather station you're getting weather from. e.g. I live in a river valley where it will be a little cooler than outside the valley. My app is set to a weather station a half mile away. Foreca could be posting from a different station.

    All in all it's pretty close.
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  9.    22 Sep 2015 #9
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    Quote Originally Posted by HippsieGypsie View Post
    I think there's a few factors. It all depends on how often MS servers refreshes with data from Foreca servers. You can push "Data from Foreca" at the bottom to open a browser page. My app states it's 2F warmer than the Foreca site. I live in an area where it could be 80F and 5 minutes later it's 70F. Weather can change that drastically.

    It depends on which weather station you're getting weather from. e.g. I live in a river valley where it will be a little cooler than outside the valley. My app is set to a weather station a half mile away. Foreca could be posting from a different station.

    All in all it's pretty close.
    That's like when I used to work in Neuses, 4 villages away from where I live, and took the train. Going home after work on the train, it would be raining in Neuses, sunny in Hirschaid,, raining in Buttenheim, sunny in Strullendorf, and drizzeling in Bamberg where I live, all in a 20 minute ride!
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  10.    22 Sep 2015 #10
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff S View Post
    That's like when I used to work in Neuses, 4 villages away from where I live, and took the train. Going home after work on the train, it would be raining in Neuses, sunny in Hirschaid,, raining in Buttenheim, sunny in Strullendorf, and drizzeling in Bamberg where I live, all in a 20 minute ride!


    I know you're originally from the States, but out East yes? When It's 80/90 and the temp drops 10 here, one had better start thinking what shelter or hole is close by to jump in because odds are there's going to be a t-storm and possibly a tornado. I find the app is good in warning of foul weather. I have the app on my Lumia as well.

    In fact there's a flood warning on my shot above, but that's for a river 35 miles away.
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