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    Compared to weather.com, the temperature is always reported at least 5-10 degrees higher. For example it will say its 70f but if you check weather.com it says like 60F or 61F which sounds about right for the northeast at this time. Weather Hd uses weather underground and it seems weather underground is completely off. Any one else have this problem?
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    I tend to look outside the window for the weather these days. It's almost as accurate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WavingReds View Post
    I tend to look outside the window for the weather these days. It's almost as accurate.
    Outside ? What do you mean ? Is it a new dlc for call of duty ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaskys View Post
    Outside ? What do you mean ? Is it a new dlc for call of duty ?
    Dear you, if that is you in your avatar, I'd like to take you home.

    What is Call of Duty btw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ny_yankees View Post
    Compared to weather.com, the temperature is always reported at least 5-10 degrees higher. For example it will say its 70f but if you check weather.com it says like 60F or 61F which sounds about right for the northeast at this time. Weather Hd uses weather underground and it seems weather underground is completely off. Any one else have this problem?
    Weather Underground has stations all over the country and has been very accurate for me that I have noticed.
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    Not entirely sure what Weather HD draws info from, but the built in Weather Channel app on my Lumia 920 is horrendous for trying to get up to date radar maps.

    Luckily I can just open up IE to get the current one, but the app is always stuck on stupid a day or two behind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ny_yankees View Post
    Compared to weather.com, the temperature is always reported at least 5-10 degrees higher. For example it will say its 70f but if you check weather.com it says like 60F or 61F which sounds about right for the northeast at this time. Weather Hd uses weather underground and it seems weather underground is completely off. Any one else have this problem?
    I have this problem (UK). It's always saying it's 3-5C higher than it actually is. Means I have to check the forecast on the browser too, which kinda defeats the purpose of the app! It is generally accurate for other things though e.g. if it's going to rain, be sunny etc.
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    Right now it says the weather in Helsinki is +7 and sunny but its totally overcast.. Lol, if only it WERE right....
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    I have tried a few weather apps and I keep falling back to Accuweather

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