Here is a screenshot of my computer screen.
Here is a screenshot showing the weather radar.
It is taken instantly just as the legend disappears from the screen.
This happens each time the page is displayed. (I took the screenshot when reloading the page to make my job easier).
For a user, "a display problem" means that it is his computer or / and his screen that are concerned.
For a developer, "a display problem" means that a site is not represented correctly on the user's screen.
In our case, I believe we could say that there is a display issue with Windows 7.
It is for this reason that I have notified the developers who are working on the OPERA browser.
I noticed that the Windy.com site was optimized with the CHROME browser (and other browsers but not OPERA).
I leave it to you to advise, if necessary, the developers of CHROME for this display problem with Windows 7.
I wish you a good day
I have Windows 7 basic on my computer.
Updates are no longer done.
I don't want to upgrade to Windows 10 because my computer is working fine.
It is undoubtedly possible that users who have installed Windows 7 updates can see the legend of Windy.com at the bottom of the screen like those with Windows 10.
For me, it's not a display issue.
Representing a minority having a problem following an impossible update of Windows 7, I would understand very well that no one is interested in my case.
I would adapt to the situation.