Update on November 30 at noon. 15.35. ET: It looks like the Google Weather Service is up and running!
Original article, November 30 at. 13:03 ET: If you are prompted by Google's weather information assistant, you might be surprised by the answer. Google's time service has to be reduced because no matter what you ask for weather information, you get a zero-degree forecast.
I find it hard to believe that at this moment, Hawaii has zero degrees. That, of course, is not zero in my yard.
If you use traditional Google search in your browser, you still get weather information, but it comes from a third-party service, most likely Weather.com. Generally, Google will display your format prediction.
If you try to ask about the weather on Google Home, such as Google Home, you will not receive a response. Instead, the assistant will offer third-party services and ask if you want to do this. If you say no, the assistant lowers the conversation.
As in most cases involving Google services, it may be resolved soon. In the meantime, do not believe what Google tells you: I'm sure it's a bit warm in Phoenix, AZ, not at temperatures below freezing.
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