Windows 10: Weather - shows the previous information Solved

  1.    07 Oct 2015 #1

    Weather - shows the previous information


    When we check the weather using "Weather" (fresh copy in a full-screen view) it has the information from the previous check instead of the current weather. Even stranger, closing it and reopening it gets the current weather (which, of course, would have been the previous weather at this point.)

    Example: On one computer the weather shown, on a newly opened instance, shows 1345 yesterday as the time of the forecast. On this computer, it shows 0615 at 0726. I first checked it today at 0615.

    It appears that, at least on our computers, closing the window "keeps" the weather from that viewing. Opening Weather does not do a refresh on its own. Selecting "Forecast" does refresh it in real-time. Hard to believe, but the times at the bottom of the forecast indicate that to be the case.

    It appears like a bit of a logic problem with initiating and closing the task.


    This looks like it was fixed in the version 1511 update. It now comes up with the latest weather on opening.
    Last edited by ARYLIOA; 05 Dec 2015 at 18:58.
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