I have exactly the same issue and can't wait for option to switch models to become available.
Thank You for your efforts!
@Korina Hi there.
Upper right corner has "refresh arrows" button and lower right has "settings gear". That's the one you need to tap to be able to access "Update Widget" button.
I'm not using VPN and I travel quite a bit.
My cellphone provider uses dynamic IP assigned addresses so one day it will show me 600km away, next 100km and next 200km.
That's why I have it set in app and browser to use GPS only, and on auto refresh or tapped refresh it doesn't for whatever reason.
@korina Disappointing to see yet another app update without addressing location permissions on Android.
By now, there were multiple posts pointing out the inability to give permission to the app to have access to location not only "when using the app" but "all the time" which seems to be the root of a problem for people that have chosen to use GPS as startup location on their widgets.
In any case, Happy New Year :)
Days forecast widget
Before my previous post I've attempted twice to change the model to NAM and both times it defaulted to ECMWF. Now it's set on NAM 👍
Port Stanley, Ontario, Canada
Thank You in advance
@korina this last update is amazing but unfortunately it didn't fix the aforementioned radar problem.
It appears that same algorithm is interpolating data with different resolution quality which makes graphic representation more sensitive.
You can clearly see the radius of incoming weather differently interpolated between NOAA and GoC data while radial lines are still recognizable even through actual weather reading.
To fix this and add ability to set preferred weather model on app startup would make this app absolutely perfect, for me :)
Thank you for your efforts!
@gkikas-lgpz Thank you for your explanation but I fail to understand how is it helping to solve this issue?
Infact, where I assume data is coming from there are no issues with radial spokes :(
For some time now there is repeating glitch in representation of data taken from Canadian government weather radar.
I'm seeing (on widget, in app and browser) random lines of supposed precipitation as well as permanent ones like in picture below.
Big THANK YOU for awesome work you all do.