The HTC weather app is a total joke. I just tried to get my local weather from the so itself (I don't use the widget anymore, it's a waste of resources) and it still thinks I'm one state away where I spent the weekend 9 days ago. It won't manually refresh to my location and my city (like most cities) isn't in the database. Such crap.
I'm sure if you want to know if it's raining you also just run outside and see if you get wet.
Not really the point people were trying to make and you know it.
And doesn't always work. It's just a silly little app, but it would be nice if it actually functioned properly now and again.
Yeah, I was being snarky on purpose. I use weather widgets on my EVO, on my OS X dashboard, and formerly on my iPhone. They all have the same issue: the day/night is occasionally an hour or so off. Presumably, they're all getting similar data feeds. It just seems utterly pointless to me to worry about such a trivial problem, particularly since every weather widget I've ever used has the same problem, which led me to give the trivial response above.
I am using fancy widget (which htc took from the market) which looks exactly the same as the htc weather app but it is more accurate. The animation is the only thing I miss from the htc weather app.
I remember that app having problems not updating for days did they even fix that? I know beautiful widgets has the same problem as the HTC weather widget with it being sunny at night. They must be pulling weather data from the same crappy place.
1- Check what city / region you are set to for the weather. Remove and re-add widget and set the city.
2- Check the sync time for weather
3- What happens after a manual sync, if none of the above help?