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Why is the default on the radar set to temperature and not precipitation on the Weather app?

(Topic created: 04-16-2024 06:19 AM)
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Pneumatool
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Why would you set the default on the radar to temperature and not precipitation? This seems strange as the temp is everywhere - I look at radar to see rain/snow. Further, the app is not customizable to limit or rearrange what you don't want to see and/or to stop the clutter of visuals.

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KSal
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Yea made no sense, I ended up switching back to Today Weather. Give it a try.
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Joan54
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The weather App is in Celsius degrees, and I need it in Fahrenheit degrees. I see no where to change that on my calendar.
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23Slacker
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The built-in S23 Weather app is a big step back from the old downloadable version. There's the radar issue mentioned here, but the whole dropping you into their website to get details is a terrible UI experience,especially since the website isn't mobile friendly and the only way to read anything is zooming in and out.
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HughGRection
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Like the weather wasn't **bleep** up on its own already, they had to screw up the radar. Who do we complain to to get this set back?
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Members_PXH3bUJ
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My guess is they're trying to place emphasis on global warming.

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