From: Peter (BOUGHTONP)31 Jan 2019 20:32
To: ALL1 of 18
Why do all weather websites suck at forecasting and/or presenting the information? :(

I'm expecting a no, but just in case... has anyone encountered a service that aggregates reports from different sources and reports on who predicts what?

Bonus points if it provides info like "last time the current conditions were X and this provider forecast Y they matched/differed from the result by Z" or any similar analysis/extrapolation/whatever.

EDITED: 31 Jan 2019 20:33 by BOUGHTONP
From: ANT_THOMAS31 Jan 2019 21:55
To: Peter (BOUGHTONP) 2 of 18
I have no idea if it is accurate but I have just found

"MetaWeather is an automated weather data aggregator that takes the weather predictions from various forecasters and calculates the most likely outcome."
EDITED: 31 Jan 2019 21:55 by ANT_THOMAS
From: ANT_THOMAS31 Jan 2019 22:00
To: Peter (BOUGHTONP) 3 of 18
I tend to use wunderground (not saying it's accurate), and I've heard people using the Dark Sky app, maybe because it looks nice.
From: Peter (BOUGHTONP)31 Jan 2019 23:53
To: ANT_THOMAS 4 of 18
Well, nice to see someone has actually attempted it, but MetaWeather's currently claiming Thunder for London, whilst the four sources with data say Snow,Light Cloud,Snow,Heavy Cloud. :/
From: Peter (BOUGHTONP) 1 Feb 2019 00:04
To: ANT_THOMAS 5 of 18
Wunderground looks interesting - lots of information and presentation is ok... but it's all in Fahrenheit? :&
From: ANT_THOMAS 1 Feb 2019 03:26
To: Peter (BOUGHTONP) 6 of 18
You can change that.
From: Peter (BOUGHTONP) 1 Feb 2019 12:55
To: ANT_THOMAS 7 of 18
Where? I couldn't see an option anywhere, not even after signing in.
From: ANT_THOMAS 1 Feb 2019 13:58
To: Peter (BOUGHTONP) 8 of 18
On desktop, cog at the top right.
Mobile, three lines top right, then settings
From: CHYRON (DSMITHHFX) 1 Feb 2019 14:06
To: ANT_THOMAS 9 of 18
From: Peter (BOUGHTONP) 1 Feb 2019 16:23
To: ANT_THOMAS 10 of 18
Odd, now I'm on a different computer and the cog is there - it wasn't before.

No idea why. It is wrapped in a "hide-for-small" class, but the other's resolution is larger, so dunno what's up there.

From: Peter (BOUGHTONP)13 Sep 13:21
To: Weatherlawyer (MIKE) 14 of 18
Was that you?