Apple’s new iOS 5 Weather app now delivers the local weather for your current location by default. Therefore you’ll always have a “here you are” weather report each time you open the app.
You’ll know that you are viewing your local weather when you are viewing the page in the app that displays the compass arrow as shown in the above image.
If you tap the screen you’ll see the weather by the hour for your location or other locations you’ve configured in the Weather apps settings.
Tapping the screen reveals the hourly local weather report for the current location you are in.
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