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Yahoo! Weather

By: hitakura (community developer)

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Popularity rank:5/28
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  • Currently 3/5 Stars.
(278 Ratings)

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  • terrencegf

    April 24, 2016

    Ever since the 1.7.1526 firmware update on 3/24/2016, all fields show "undefined". Looks like another app is dead.

  • terrencegf

    April 24, 2016

    Ever since the 1.7.1526 firmware update on 3/24/2016, all fields show "undefined". Looks like another app is dead.

  • Xavion

    November 18, 2011

    This application functions very well, but I think its layout needs improvement. I don't see why the current weather text and graphic needs to be so massive, since we already know what's going on outside at the moment. Shrinking this stuff would provide room for more weather forecast days to be shown. Speaking of which, I don't think we need anything more than the graphic and temperature extremes for the forecasts. Removing the textual description would help to unclutter the interface and permit more days to be shown. I also think that the font size of the forecast information should be larger. The other thing I want to see is coloured text. You should list the maximum temperatures in red and the minimums in blue. In order for this to work, you might need to change the background from yellow to white. What is your opinion about all of this? Are you happy to implement it or should I?

  • rob.simmons

    March 10, 2011

    Hands down, this is the best weather app on Chumby.

  • schwarbn

    February 19, 2011

    Forecast is always a day old, need an app that updates better.

  • CoolHandLuke

    January 13, 2010

    The Yahoo link no longer works. However, if you hop over to, you can still find the location code you need. Just click your way through country, city, etc. and grab the last part of the URL for the required region.

  • evade

    December 1, 2008

    Thanks for this applet. Sadly, like most weather sites, Yahoo Weather is a USA-centric site. While I have been able to configure my applet to display a local city, I cannot set it to display metric correctly. Setting "c" or "Celsius" in the options has it display in Imperial anyway! It's annoying to find that Yahoo displays things like wind speed in "Miles per hour" even if you have asked for a Celsius display. In metric, wind is measured in "Km per hour".

  • Chumby-M

    October 23, 2008

    It doesn't seem to be refreshing. It stays stuck on a forecast. To refresh, I have been reloading the channel.

  • hitakura

    June 9, 2008

    You can find the location id with "Resolve Weather Location ID". Link:

  • hitakura

    June 9, 2008

    Hi Grummond, How to find location code in Europe 1. Visit: 2. Select country 3. Select city. 4. In case of Copenhagen, Denmark. URL is 5. DAXX0009 is location ID for Copenhagen.

  • Grummond

    June 8, 2008

    Does anyone know how to select cities in Europe, I can do it on the yahoo website by just entering location as Copenhagen, Denmark but on the widget it just gives an error message, looks great though..