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japanime

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Ever since updating to WatchOS 10.2, I no longer have a 10-day forecast in the Weather app. Furthermore, the app's screen no longer scrolls when trying to see additional information. Is this the new, normal behavior? (I especially wonder why Apple got rid of the multi-day forecast.)
 

japanime

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That's what mine looks like. The menu on the upper left brings up the other cities I've added to my favorites. The menu on the upper right brings up the other weather categories. But the category screens themselves (like the one above) don't scroll. And the 10-day forecast is nowhere to be found.
 

Davidalan

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Nov 20, 2012
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Yes the menu brings up your saved locations. However if you for instance have it set to showing temperature, touch the temperature and then swipe, on the right side you’ll see the three dots and if you swipe you’ll get the 10 day forecast. On my watch it was the third screen.

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japanime

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Yes the menu brings up your saved locations. However if you for instance have it set to showing temperature, touch the temperature and then swipe, on the right side you’ll see the three dots and if you swipe you’ll get the 10 day forecast. On my watch it was the third screen.
Thanks for trying to help me figure this out. Unfortunately, touching the temperature does nothing on my watch. I don't get the three dots, and I'm unable to get it to swipe at all.
 

Davidalan

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Nov 20, 2012
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Actually I just went from the complication, showed the weather temp and swiped on that and it went to the 10 day
 

JonMPLS

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May 23, 2010
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Not sure if this is related, but I had a lot of trouble getting my weather complications to even show on the watch after the update. Tried uninstall/reinstall, restarts, etc. This might sound funny, but try going into Settings/Privacy Security/Location Services and toggle the permission for weather off and back on. Might not help, but can't hurt!
 

Beards

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Mar 22, 2014
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That's what mine looks like. The menu on the upper left brings up the other cities I've added to my favorites. The menu on the upper right brings up the other weather categories. But the category screens themselves (like the one above) don't scroll. And the 10-day forecast is nowhere to be found.
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This is what mine shows.
 
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Lab34

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Oct 25, 2021
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Hello, mine is doing this too since watch os 10. This is hyper frustrating. Usually, a reboot fix the problem (a looong reboot :().
 

Firestorm007

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Sep 16, 2020
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Scrolling seems to be a problem on older watches since OS10! My S4 and S5 have had similar issues on the heart rate complication screens. Ever since OS 10 and all updates, it works fro a day or so and even 7 days on 10.2 and then stops the ability to scroll through to average resting and walking screens. ??? 👀😬
 

NutleyResident

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Jan 21, 2024
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Ever since updating to WatchOS 10.2, I no longer have a 10-day forecast in the Weather app. Furthermore, the app's screen no longer scrolls when trying to see additional information. Is this the new, normal behavior? (I especially wonder why Apple got rid of the multi-day forecast.)
I spent hours trying to resolve this on my own. Finally threw my hands up and called Apple Support. The solution (for my Series 6) was to DELETE the Apple Weather app on my iPbone, turn OFF those Location Services for a short period (a minute?), restore the app (making sure LOCATION was back on) and BINGO! The two complications I have always had on my Watch (prior to 10.2) now displayed the proper information!!!
 

japanime

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I spent hours trying to resolve this on my own. Finally threw my hands up and called Apple Support. The solution (for my Series 6) was to DELETE the Apple Weather app on my iPbone, turn OFF those Location Services for a short period (a minute?), restore the app (making sure LOCATION was back on) and BINGO! The two complications I have always had on my Watch (prior to 10.2) now displayed the proper information!!!
Glad you were able to get the scrolling back. I wish I knew of this solution at the time. I ended up restoring my watch as new (not from a backup).
 
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