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    @Charlie

    I have exactly the same model iPad Pro 10.5 inch as you.

    Open the iPad to the Home Screen. Swipe to your Right.

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    This will take you to the Notifications screen. Scroll to the very bottom where it shows EDIT.

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    Click on EDIT

    This brings up a list of all Widgets available. Choose the one(s) you want; then hit DONE

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    You can arrange them in whatever order you wish.

    I have several Weather apps because where I live doesn't attract very accurate weather predictions and I glance at each and make the best of it.

    Ian
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    Thanks Ian. This old brain of mine seems to not like "swiping" on the screen. I did as you instructed above, and lo and behold, all sorts of things I never knew were there popped up. And yes, there was a box that said weather among other items that I didn't know were there.

    Sometimes it's hard to teach an "old dog new tricks". Thanks Ian, and thanks to Bob for pointing out the existence of widgets on the iPad.

    @Bob:

    The weather widget works fine showing our local weather and forecasts. My iPad is WiFi only but I'm here in my home office where I have a good connection.

    Thanks.

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    UPDATE:

    This morning I spent 2 hrs on chat with apple techs (3) doing all sorts of resets checking if this and that was on and still no weather. They had me download weather channel app, still no fix. After 2hrs I gave up with them just to be where I started. I deleted the weather channel app and add the weather widget back on the notification page and still nothing. I also updated IOS to 12.1.3 too. After reading on web for a hour with still no clue. I held down the power button and turned it off for a minute or two then restarted. Believe it or not now the weather comes up.

    I really wish I could tell you what helped but I'm clueless unless turning off after everything fixed it. Anyway working
    Kenny

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    Good job, device restarts does fix a lot of "known unknown" issues.
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    Bob, I gotta tell you I was shocked to see it work. I know it is a little thing but I try to use the apps that come with it before downloading. Still going nuts with Office decision but that's another thing. Love my iMac, iPhone & iPad
    Kenny

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    I have a 6th generation iPad with cellular and do not see the weather app like on my iPhone XR at all.

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    A warm welcome to Mac-Forums, Comptech60013. Thank you for your post.

    If you scroll through this thread to post #16, you will find my post with diagrams and so on. Follow that process and you will find the Weather app within Widgets as illustrated.

    That's the difference between the iPad and the iPhone.

    Ian
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    I too have a WiFi only iPad and I have the widget. If I tap on the Weather widget it takes me to Safari and connects to weather.com This where the information displayed on the widget is sourced.
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