When you are travelling, meeting friends or visiting family in different parts of the country or world, the iPad's Weather app is an excellent tool to have. It displays the current weather conditions in a variety of locations around the world, making it easy to get the information you need quickly and efficiently. However, if you are using the app on a cellular network and not Wi-Fi, you may experience issues with the Weather app recognizing your location correctly. Luckily, there are several steps you can take to fix this problem.
The Weather app requires permission to use your location, so you must ensure that this feature is enabled in the Settings application. To do so, open the Settings application and tap Privacy. From here, make sure that Location Services is toggled on, and then locate the Weather application in the list of apps and verify that it is set to "While Using" or "Always."
Once you have verified these settings, you can open the Weather app and select a location. You can also add multiple locations to the Weather app and arrange them in whatever order you like by long-pressing on a location and then dragging it to the desired position. The location that is at the top of the list will be considered your default Weather location.
If you are still having trouble with the Weather app detecting your correct location, it is possible that the iPad is not running on the latest software. To check for updates, open the Settings application and tap General. If a software update is available, follow the on-screen instructions to install it.