The content of the post essentially stated that you need to open a XML file and simply re-save it: C:\Users\App Data\Local\Microsoft\Windows Live\Services\Cache\I tested it myself, and when I reopened the widget, it soon reappeared with the current temperature.
However, 2 days later, it went to forecasted temperatures again.
Edit: Now that I posted this I find a similar post just 6 hours ago which says essentially the same thing.
OS Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit CPU Intel i5 2500K Motherboard Gigabyte Z68MA-D2H-B3 Memory Ripjaws 1600, 16 GB Graphics Card Saphire Radeon 6770 Monitor(s) Displays Gateway FHX2300 Screen Resolution [email protected] This didn't work for me.
[at the beginning it was working but not anymore] , I will see if alternate methods may work and will update this post in coming week, to see if its working …
Around mid-January this year, the weather gadgets stopped updating on all of the PCs in our building.
Many apps stop working if your internal memory is near full or has reached a certain storage limit.
The source code and an example project are hosted on Bit Bucket.
I do not believe updates (up to date as of Feb 13, 2015) have anything to do with the gadget not functioning properly, nor has Microsoft purposely disabled the gadget.Neither of these things work anymore since about a month ago (possibly the 2.3.4 update? I have background data enabled, sync enabled, and I don't have any battery saver style programs.All you have to do is free up your internal memory.I have a news & weather widget on my Nexus S home screen, set to show the weather for my current location.In its settings, I have it set to update once an hour along with automatic location tracking.