@idefix37 This is not so straightforward, because cities are considered as points and we show forecast for them. Islands are polygons and we do not have feature providing point forecast for polygons. I admit that it is doable task, but it is also exception that must be handled separately and with care. Some "quick solution" may lead to misunderstandings. Example: many islands have its main big city where most people live and it is tipically on the sea shore. Those people would like to see temperature for their home. But if we would show temperature of the central point of the island it can be something totally different, because many islands have conic shape (mountains) and the temperature on the hill top could be much different.
One extreme example - Big Island of Hawaii, 7 degrees in island center, but 20 degrees in big cities.
Yes, there are approaches to show both island name and reasonable forecast values, but it is not as easy as it may look.