I’ve noticed that when the temp slips below zero (as it is now in Minnesota), the temp bulb will read a different temp than the “Now” temp. For example, the Now temp is -9.0 F and the temp bulb reads -8 F.
Version number is 6.0.1.
Sorry if this has been reported before - I didn’t see it in a quick scan.
DebDebMN, the bulb will round up/down to the nearest whole number. Right now, my “Now” temperature is “21.8” and my bulb is displaying “22”.
If you think you’re experiencing a different probolem, then please post a screenshot of the main Weather Watcher Live window.
Hi Mike and Happy New Year to you.
Please see the first two examples of the mismatching issue that I reported earlier. I’ve seen this issue several times now where the bulb reporting is a degree different than the “Now” temp, however only when the temps are below zero F (haven’t tried C yet). If there’s any other information that you need, please let me know. It’s a real pain to debug if one only has half the picture :icon_smile:
Also attached is an example of a possible rounding issue?
DebDebMN, thank you for posting screenshots. I’ll take a look and get back to you.
The following Weather Watcher Live build should resolve this issue:
The new software works great! The only item left is the feature of optimistic rounding once the temp gets below zero. In this case, -0.9 rounded to zero instead of -1. Optimistic rounding could be a feature? I’ll leave that up to you.
Here’s an example: