Tag: weather

Latest Google beta update fixes At A Glance widget weather

Over the weekend, an update to the Google app beta accidentally broke weather for the At A Glance Widget, affecting Pixel owners, some third-party launcher users, and anyone who manually added the widget since that became an option. Thankfully, an update (v9.0.4) which is rolling out today fixes the problem. Again, I’d like to reiterate […]

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Missing the weather in your At A Glance widget? Latest Google beta (v.9.0) broke it

If you’ve noticed that the so-called At A Glance widget — a stock part of the Pixel experience that’s also available as a standalone widget and built into some third-party launchers — has been missing the weather for the last few days, you aren’t alone. It turns out a major version beta update to the Google […]

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Winter Snow Storm Kills 7 in Midwest, Heading to D.C.

Seven people have died in highway accidents on Saturday related to a winter storm across the Midwest, according to a Reuters report. The Weather Network reported at least three deaths via Missouri State Highway Patrol (MSHP). MSHP advised motorists to avoid driving: As of 2:00 pm this afternoon, MSHP has responded to:• 3918 calls for […]

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5 Dead as Winter Storm Slams Parts of the Midwest

A winter storm pummeled parts of the Midwest on Saturday, turning roads into a snowy and slushy mess that has contributed to the deaths of at least five people, the authorities said. The storm is expected to head toward the Mid-Atlantic States, with several inches of snow forecast for Washington, […]

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DC area braces for 1st snowstorm of 2019

WASHINGTON — The first snowstorm the D.C. area has seen since November looks ready to begin Saturday in the early afternoon. Winter storm warnings have been posted for parts of the area from 10 a.m. Saturday until 1 p.m. Sunday in Fauquier, Prince William and Stafford counties in Virginia; and Calvert, Charles and St. Mary’s counties […]

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The Story of 2018 Was Climate Change

Our best hope may be the weather. For a long time, many people thought that it was a mistake to use the weather as evidence of climate change. Weather patterns contain a lot of randomness. Even as the earth warms and extreme weather becomes more common, some years are colder […]

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‘We Have to Show People What’s Going On’

Justin Sullivan, a photojournalist with Getty Images, was watching a KFC restaurant burn to the ground in Paradise, California, when he decided to lay down and take a picture. Thousands of tiny embers flew toward his face as he steadied his camera. Noah Berger, an Associated Press photojournalist nearby, saw […]

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[Update: Clear skies again] Today’s forecast for Google weather includes offline servers with a chance of service interruptions

If you’re like me, the majority of your interactions with the Google Assistant are questions about the weather. What’s it like now? What’ll it be like tomorrow? Is it raining in Seattle? Right now, though, such questions are going unanswered, as Google seems to be having trouble delivering weather information for many. We’re getting reports […]

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Today’s forecast for Google weather includes offline servers with a chance of service interruptions

If you’re like me, the majority of your interactions with the Google Assistant are questions about the weather. What’s it like now? What’ll it be like tomorrow? Is it raining in Seattle? Right now, though, such questions are going unanswered, as Google seems to be having trouble delivering weather information for many. We’re getting reports […]

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Look outside if you need weather info, because Google’s service is down

Max Pixel The Google weather service is currently down. If you ask Google Assistant for weather information, you get zero-degree forecasts everywhere — even Hawaii. Google Home hardware suggests you use third-party services if you ask for weather info. If you ask Google Assistant for weather information right now, you might be surprised by the answer. […]

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Freezing rain, sleet coat DC area for a soggy Saturday

WASHINGTON — Saturday could be a good day to stay indoors after the food and shopping frenzy of Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday, as freezing rain and sleet are forecast for the D.C. area. The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory from 6 a.m. to noon for parts of Maryland and Virginia. […]

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Paradegoers Brave Coldest Thanksgiving in New York Since 1901

The National Weather Service on Thursday reported the morning’s lowest temperature at Central Park was 19 degrees, tying it for the second-coldest Thanksgiving Day in New York City’s history, and the coldest since 1901. (Temperatures dipped to 15 degrees in 1871.) ImageGoku and Pikachu balloons along Central Park West.CreditGabriella Angotti-Jones/The […]

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Fire and Rain: California Storm Brings Relief to Some, Misery to Others

CHICO, Calif. — The first major rainstorm in months brought misery and jubilation Wednesday to a region of Northern California decimated by a firestorm that raced through towns in the Sierra Nevada foothills and sent choking smoke across a large swath of the state. The rain, which was expected to […]

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Sam Ruston’s Weather Timeline has a new developer listed on the Play Store

Pulled from the Play Store two months ago, Sam Ruston’s much-loved indie weather app Weather Timeline has reappeared, sort of – with a different developer listed as the publisher (the listing still isn’t visible if you never installed the app, so you can’t get it if you never had it). The new publisher, ACME AtronOmatic, is […]

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Parts of Northeast Brace for Record Cold on Thanksgiving Day

Parts across the Northeast United States are bracing for record cold temperatures on Thanksgiving Day, meteorologists say. Western Massachusetts to Albany, New York, is expected to receive bouts of snow ranging from 2 to 4 inches, while other cities may see nearly 6 inches. Parts of southern Vermont and Maine are also likely to see snowfall, while Buffalo to Waters […]

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‘Like a Terror Movie’: How Climate Change Will Cause More Simultaneous Disasters

Want climate news in your inbox? Sign up here for Climate Fwd:, our email newsletter. Global warming is posing such wide-ranging risks to humanity, involving so many types of phenomena, that by the end of this century some parts of the world could face as many as six climate-related crises […]

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