The weather channel is actually the IBM weather I am talking about. Yes they both uses the same API but now it's a separate website which is a hassle to go. I used to think that accuweather shows the most accurate weather until I come the know that google uses weather.com api aka ibm api (I bought my first android phone in 2019 so I had no knowledge of this google stuff). Source: 1 day ago
According to weather.com the rain risk for the race window has significantly reduced since yesterday evening. Source: 5 days ago
Weather.com still shows rain from 10am to 2pm. Source: 5 days ago
We are on our last day of our week long vacation in St. Thomas. The weather report said it would rain every day. It rained 1 day and we still went to Magen's Bay (practically empty and only had to sit through about an hour of sprinkles) and was cloudy 1 other day. The accuweather app was wrong every single day and weather.com wasn't much better. I definitely wouldn't pay attention to the forecast. It is just... Source: 11 days ago
Just fire up the builtin weather app or open a browser and go to weather.com / accuweather or whatever. None of these apps actually get their own weather data. They just scrape it from multiple public sites like NOAA. Just my 2 cents worth. Save your money! Source: 11 days ago
My wedding's on June 3rd, and I'm pretty nervous about the ~60% chance of rain that's currently forecast. Is there an app or service that will send you a daily update of the weather forecast for specific date in the future? It'd help put my mind at ease so that I'm not compulsively checking weather.com all the time. Thanks in advance! Source: 11 days ago
Just go to weather.com when you need to know the humidity\) before jerking off. Source: 15 days ago
Looking at weather.com, I see chance of showers in Monaco and Barcelona pretty much every day. Does that jibe with what locals see? Also, I know Monaco, but would Barcelona get muddy? Gotta start planning clothing, etc. If it weren't such a hassle, I'd ship monaco clothing home lol. Source: 15 days ago
It's from weather.com so I assume it is. Source: 16 days ago
Literally, just weather.com in a mobile browser window. Source: 19 days ago
I am planning to go in a few weeks, am looking at the weather report. It says 58% chance of rain, like EVERYDAY. Is this accurate? Is it raining every day of the week? Using Merritt Island as the location. Or should I disregard the weather.com forecast?? Source: 20 days ago
That was the only app I trusted. I think from now on, I will just use weather.com I'm not installing anything. Source: 25 days ago
I built weather website for my town using data from weather.com which was apple's source of data. Idk if they are using it still, but it was not so accurate so I coupled it with radar + infrared pictures so I can have deeper insight if it was going to rain or not. Its really hard to get data hour-by-hour for smaller cities because they usually don't do that kind of forecasting. Source: 21 days ago
A customer service representative responded the next day and mentioned the ticket was passed to him because he was the Pixel expert. The CSR told me that there was a known issue and asked me to disable my other line. I did so, and mobileX worked slightly better. I could still not even launch the mobileX app. Speedtests never worked. I would attempt to browse Twitter and going to weather.com on Chrome wouldn't... Source: 21 days ago
I've never been super enthusiastic about the forecasts from weather.com (where Apple gets it's data), I prefer to rely on the state of Randby's sleeves :). Source: 21 days ago
The thing is, the iPhone app is always wrong for me, but when I tap on the widget and it takes me to weather.com it seems to be very accurate. No idea how they screwed it up. Source: 23 days ago
That is a LOT of driving when there is so much good camping IN San Diego County, but the way I plan my CA trips is using weather.com to look at the monthly average weather for that month in the previous year, in as close to the right location (including elevation, which makes a huge difference in CA) as possible. Source: 22 days ago
Goa is very special. In Goa, rains do not start at the same time as the rest of western India. Our monsoon dates are also kept secret, they are not published on wikipedia and weather.com, and are not easily found on Google. Source: 25 days ago
Its a tiny island surrounded with strong winds and currents. The weather can shift from one second to the next. I typically rely on "google weather" which uses weather.com as a source. Source: 26 days ago
Why does the Storm Prediction Center have us in a marginal risk for tomorrow (Sat.?) The hourly forecast on weather.com and wunderground.com only show possible thunderstorms at 5 a.m. Sat. Morning but the text says "A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible" Sat. night. When is the time frame for the marginal risk the Storm Prediction Center is talking about? Trying to plan my Saturday, thanks. Source: 28 days ago
I use Atlantic Highlands in the weekly "Who is visiting" post simply because I that was the closest locale I could find on Accuweather (I dont like weather.com). Source: about 1 month ago
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