1. Azure 12's Avatar
    Windows Weather constantly contradicts itself (showing to VERY different temperatures). The historical temperatures (under the 'Historical Weather' section) are also COMPLETELY WRONG (as in waaaay, waay off.) I would post screenshots but I don't see an option for that.
    07-14-2017 04:06 AM
  2. Keith White Jr's Avatar
    Windows Weather constantly contradicts itself (showing to VERY different temperatures). The historical temperatures (under the 'Historical Weather' section) are also COMPLETELY WRONG (as in waaaay, waay off.) I would post screenshots but I don't see an option for that.

    That's weird, mine is working just as it should.

    What are you using? Phone? Surface RT? PC? Xbox?

    What version of Windows are you running?
    07-14-2017 12:19 PM
  3. Azure 12's Avatar
    That's weird, mine is working just as it should.

    What are you using? Phone? Surface RT? PC? Xbox?

    What version of Windows are you running?
    PC. It's been doing it since Windows 8.0 (in other words: for years, and on different Windows installations.) I'm currently running Windows 10 Home (with everything up to date.)
    07-14-2017 12:24 PM
  4. Keith White Jr's Avatar
    PC. It's been doing it since Windows 8.0 (in other words: for years, and on different Windows installations.) I'm currently running Windows 10 Home (with everything up to date.)

    Is it Windows Weather or Microsoft Weather? I do believe those are different apps.
    07-14-2017 03:09 PM
  5. Drael646464's Avatar
    Mines always accurate. Maybe its the weather service they are gathering info from.
    07-15-2017 06:54 AM
  6. Azure 12's Avatar
    Is it Windows Weather or Microsoft Weather? I do believe those are different apps.
    It's one that comes with Windows ('part of' Windows) and is on the Start Menu as a Live Tile.
    07-15-2017 10:37 AM
  7. Azure 12's Avatar
    Mines always accurate. Maybe its the weather service they are gathering info from.
    Irrespective of the data source, it is made use of by Microsoft, and they should have some sort of quality control; which, evidently is sorely lacking. Microsoft in this instance is #1 ] getting ripped off (for what they're paying their data provider) and #2 ] Leaving a bad taste in the mouth of customers like me who've been using their products for more than 32 years.
    07-15-2017 10:40 AM
  8. Keith White Jr's Avatar
    07-15-2017 11:54 AM
  9. Sagnik Pal's Avatar
    Instead of blaming Microsoft first atleast check whether its Microsoft's problem or not!

    > Make sure what you think should have been the data instead of what is being shown is correct.
    > Check which city you've chosen. Make sure you set it to where's data you want. (Sometimes there might be two cities with same name)
    > Check the unit of temperature. There are two options Celsius and Fahrenheit. Make sure you are on the right one.
    > Make sure the time and date and timezone on your PC are correct.
    > Reinstall the app from store
    > Make sure you region and date & time settings including timezone on your Microsoft account are correct.
    > Restart your device.
    > Make sure you're not on any insider builds
    > Make sure you have a good internet connection.

    Hope this Helps. Comment if you need help.
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    07-15-2017 12:03 PM
  10. Kot Prada's Avatar
    Agree. Very often lately it shows "Sunny" when it's already Storm for an hour.
    The problem is even not in forecasting, but in showing current weather!
    07-16-2017 10:22 AM
  11. Azure 12's Avatar
    Maybe give this a try? Fix: MSN Weather App Doesn't Work
    It's not that

    Instead of blaming Microsoft first atleast check whether its Microsoft's problem or not!

    > Make sure what you think should have been the data instead of what is being shown is correct.
    > Check which city you've chosen. Make sure you set it to where's data you want. (Sometimes there might be two cities with same name)
    > Check the unit of temperature. There are two options Celsius and Fahrenheit. Make sure you are on the right one.
    > Make sure the time and date and timezone on your PC are correct.
    > Reinstall the app from store
    > Make sure you region and date & time settings including timezone on your Microsoft account are correct.
    > Restart your device.
    > Make sure you're not on any insider builds
    > Make sure you have a good internet connection.

    Hope this Helps. Comment if you need help.
    Want to win a dell monitor from windows central? Follow this link...
    Uh, OF COURSE I checked ALL those things. I would not make an accusation UNLESS I'm 100% certain of it! In THIS instance, Microsoft's app is certainly at fault, I guarantee it. I am well-versed in the sciences and am a software engineer.

    Agree. Very often lately it shows "Sunny" when it's already Storm for an hour.
    The problem is even not in forecasting, but in showing current weather!
    Yes, very much the reporting of the current conditions is all mixed up and HIGHLY contradictory.

    Also, as-mentioned, the the historical low temperatures are WAAAY off; so the recording of the conditions is also highly erroneous to say the least. (The historical highs seem about right though.)
    Last edited by xandros9; 07-16-2017 at 01:08 PM.
    07-16-2017 10:40 AM
  12. Keith White Jr's Avatar
    It's not that



    Uh, OF COURSE I checked ALL those things. I would not make an accusation UNLESS I'm 100% certain of it! In THIS instance, Microsoft's app is certainly at fault, I guarantee it. I am well-versed in the sciences and am a software engineer.



    Yes, very much the reporting of the current conditions is all mixed up and HIGHLY contradictory.

    Also, as-mentioned, the the historical low temperatures are WAAAY off; so the recording of the conditions is also highly erroneous to say the least. (The historical highs seem about right though.)

    How do you know its the app at fault and not where the app is pulling its information from?
    07-19-2017 09:04 AM

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