I do have all the permissions correctly set and am updating the weather every hour, but things are often wildly off.
After a day of research and browsing the forums I discovered (as you mentioned) that the Facer weather source is openweathermap.com and I have been comparing my watch figures against weather.com and weatherunderground.com and accuweather.com… none of which agreed with the openweathermap and my watch data.
I then found the Weather Test face that Facer created at “Facer Studios - Weather Test - watch face for Apple Watch, Samsung Gear S3, Huawei Watch, and more - Facer” and installed it getting the following data…
That largely matches the actual openweather site data except for the min/max temps for the day…
And my watch face also seems to tie in…
In this test things did match up except for the day’s hi/lo temps.
In general, however, (not sure why better for this test) things are not at all close. Wind speeds are way off, the day hi/lo temps may be as much as 10° off. The sunrise/set is usually off by 1-2 minutes, and the humidity is often off by a factor of two (compared to the other weather web sites and to my home weather station.
This is all pretty screwy and sure does not seem consistent nor accurate. Having a reasonable weather forecast was a BIG attraction for me to join the Facer premium group but this is not worth it.
Why can’t Facer associate with a better weather data source? !!! WeatherUnderground has been top-notch over the years and consistently accurate and reliable. They are now an IBM company so one can pretty safely assume they will be solid in their performance.
Perhaps (if anyone in Facer is listening) that may be worth investigating!