Android weather channel widget not updating


For a few days, the built-in weather extension has shown "No weather data available" in the Dash Clock widget on my home screen.

I tried with custom location (Anaheim, California) and with automatic location, and I got the same result.

The more I look at Yahoo's new Weather API stuff, the more I'm thinking of just turning off the built-in weather extension in favor of third parties :( Will try to provide an update in a few days; part of their developer site is down.


On top of all that, there are also several interactive graphs showing data on things like temperature, precipitation and pressure.

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