It is the time your computer says is the current Local time.
However Mike I think Colin sets his WW icon to monitor the temperature at a location other than he is in and wants the time to represent the time zone of the city he is monitoring, ie the Current Location time. Does weather.com provide that info?
My normal WW city is my local city so the times are always reasonable and the only one I normally check is the time of the last Download. With the notebook and suspension and hibernation I use it to see if I need to manually poke WW to update. :icon_smile:
Ok, a worthwhile rational and while beyond the scope of WW the desired time can be determined with little effort. While the times; WW Observed, WW Download and system, are not the same you should be able to determine the location’s time by taking the hour portion of the Observed time plus the minutes portion of the system time. And if the system’s minutes are less than the location’s minutes, add 1 to the hour.
Observed = 8:23PM, system = 11:45PM => location’s time is 8:45PM
Observed = 10:53AM, system = 1:12PM => location’s time is 11:12AM
I am sure there are small apps that can run in the System Tray that will show you a location’s time and if not free for a reasonable amt. Google should be able to help.
I remember years ago using a program from PCMagazine called StartupCop – an amazing program. After forgetting to grab it off an older PC I went without for months. Then I tried searching the web with little luck until I simply added .zip to the file name: startcop.zip – worked like a charm.