Also, severe alerts are marked on the map with pop-up place pins that make it supereasy to read.
Tweets, videos, and first-hand encounters are also included if you just can't get enough info about the weather.
Weather reports are essential in a country like USA, where weather changes frequently.
Apple Watch has an amazing stock Weather app that gives details of weather changes at regular hours.
After running a force stop on Touchwiz, my widget once again started responding to input AND updating. To get below: After killing Touch Wiz and then the system firing it back off, the widgets started to work again. After finding that the issue above keeps happening with all weather widgets I placed on home screen, I tried three of the big launcher replacements (Go Launcher, Nova Launcher, and Apex).
I am not sure as of yet whether or not this is something an update from ATT/Samsung will fix, or if the app writers need to update code for the SGS4. NONE of the 3rd party launchers have this issue and widgets update perfectly.
We have got something for people, who have been facing issues regarding weather app on their Apple Watches.
Many users experienced that tapping the watch face doesn't give any better results in the situation mentioned above.
Radar maps are nicely marked with respect to the severity of weather conditions.
That's the exact widget I also use, but what Cabal says makes sense, maybe the date is crippled on purpose to save battery, if this is the case then it's not that hard to just push the little circle everytime I wake up my phone, but it would be nice if it updated automatically when I fire-up the phone. I've seen tablet owners wanting back to Honeycomb since apps don't work - same with phone.
Weather is one of those things you pay attention to during the more extreme climate seasons like summer and winter.
But they forget that the Apple Watch is just a humble assistant of your i Phone, hence, you should first take care of your i Phone and not the Watch.
What your Watch shows is just a reflection of i Phone.
Well, I knew there had to be some type of culprit to blame for this behavior.