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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by tymaster50, Dec 23, 2012.
Looks like some kind of christmas ornament lol
where it says wednesday
...don't get it
look at the image for wednesday, with the ball thingy's hanging off the pole. I don't know what weather condition it's supposed to represent but it looks cool.
I LOLED. OP are you drunk. Whatever you are referring to is not in your screen grab.
Edit: I think I might see it? It looks like Christmas ornaments to me?
enlarge the image and look closely at the wednesday one. I looked up my town on yahoo weather and it wasn't there, it only appeared on the iOS weather app.
I thought Christmas is on Tuesday.
I don't think those are Easter eggs. Looks like hail to me. Take a look through this thread:
ah okay. Just wondering what on earth it could possible be lol it kinda looked like christmas ornaments.
Mine has it on Tuesday, they are forecasting some light snow Tueaday afternoon, I think that symbol is for snow.
Certainly not seeing anything out of the ordinary here in PHX.
It's sleet (ice) falling to the ground and bouncing.
Looks like an alien plant.
That would mean you will getting hail on Wednesday. Or maybe the Mayans were off a couple days and asteroids are coming your way....
LOL at Easter egg comment. If I'm not mistaken, I think that symbol for Wednesday in the OP's post is for freezing precipitation (freezing rain or freezing drizzle). Or maybe Ice pellets? I'm reaching here.
Don't see anything different about my weather app.
No "Easter egg" here:
I think it means that you'll be getting hail.. That's the only thing I could think of.
Same as normal here in UK.
I think the difference is that you are able to see the forecast on top across now. Instead of when you click on the day it just shows straight down. I have nit check my 4s yet but my iPod I see no changes at all.
Lol hide your kids and your wife cause hale is coming! Shoot glad we don't have that here in SoCal! I'd hate to get my cars's roof banged up.
This thread is pure comedy
Seriously? None of you have heard of sleet before?