Weather app (OS 3)

Mark.

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Since upgrading to WatchOS 3, I can't work how to view the forecasted temperature for later in the day?

For example, in WatchOS 2 I could load the Weather app and by touching the clock face I could see icons, temperature and chance of rain for each hour of the day.

Now in WatchOS 3 I can only see icons for each hour, and touching the screen takes me to a 10 day forecast.

Am I missing something?
 
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BlueMoon63

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I assume you have time travel activated? Watch App - Clock - Time Travel. I thought it was disabled by default but can't remember. Mine was off.
 

Julien

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Since upgrading to WatchOS 3, I can't work how to view the forecasted temperature for later in the day?

For example, in WatchOS 2 I could load the Weather app and by clicking on the clock face I could see icons, temperature and chance of rain for each hour of the day.

Now in WatchOS 3 I can only see icons for each hour, and pressing the screen takes me to a 10 day forecast.

Am I missing something?
Force Touch
 
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profets

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I know there's only so much screen real estate on a watch, but really wish they found a way to show both temp and sun/cloud together.
 

Sandy Santra

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I know there's only so much screen real estate on a watch, but really wish they found a way to show both temp and sun/cloud together.
It was much better before: you just tapped, and it cycled between three circular views: temp, % precip probability, humidity.
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No, it's not. It's a step backward from the way it was before. Force touch + plus another tap is more work and harder work than the way it was before: you just tapped once, and it cycled between three views (one for each tap): temp, % precip probability, humidity.
 

profets

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It was much better before: you just tapped, and it cycled between three circular views: temp, % precip probability, humidity.
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Yeah, even that was better. Now a force press is needed, followed by another tap.
 

Mark.

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Jan 26, 2011
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London, UK
No, it's not. It's a step backward from the way it was before. Force touch + plus another tap is more work and harder work than the way it was before: you just tapped once, and it cycled between three views (one for each tap): temp, % precip probability, humidity.
I agree. I was just calling the poster a genius for telling me how to do it.