Just noticed that this is still happening (and it's happening right now since we are at the end of month again...).
Looking at the code, it seems that the issue comes directly from the server side. The server returns a ux: null in the trend array after metar which is why all the wrong time have exactly the same value, howOld treated it as 0... The returned time is in fact the time since Unix epoch....
Hello @vooxo, this is not a bug.
Default layer is wind and it will show up every time you open Windy. On desktop you can solve this by bookmarking favorite layer.
Anyway we appreciate your feedback and will take it into account when preparing future improvements.
Have a great day!
As said by @Korina Windy do not show directly the minimum temperature as forecast. However clicking on a location, you get this diagram which gives the forecast temperatures. In this example for Beijing, you see that the minimum temperatures forecast are about -6°C, -6°C, -5°C... for the next days. Of course this is a rough estimation but for forecast minimum temperature, this is generally valid.
Hi @achim-martin, it is inconvenient this issue still shows up, I tested it, but couldn't replicate the same problem. Right now I need to recommend you to use another browser. We know that sometimes Firefox causes problems, however we do not have capacities to resolve it at the moment, since it's fairly complex matter. Thank you for understanding.