How does the Weather module work and what is it used for?

The weather module will display the current forecast in the ZIP code of your choice.

What should I know about the Weather module before I start?

If the servers we get our information from is down, the module will not work.

How do I add a Weather module?

Step 1: Log into Javelin.

Step 2: Choose which web page and region you want to add the module to, then click the black "Add" button above this region.

Click the black Add button to add modules to a region.

Step 3: The Add Module popup will appear. Choose that you would like to insert a "Weather" module.

Select Weather from the Add Module popup.

Step 4: The module will appear on the page with filler content. This content is not visible to users or while in View mode.

How do I delete a Weather module?

Step 1: Hover over the arrow next to "Settings."

Step 2: Select "Delete."

Step 3: Select "OK" from the prompt.

Related Tutorials

Restoring Deleted Modules

How do I move a Weather module?

Click & drag the module from the four-pointed arrow on its admin bar to move the module between regions or other modules on the page.

How do I set up the forecast?

Step 1: Click "Settings" from the module's admin bar.

Step 2: Type the ZIP code of the area to forecast in the "ZIP Code" field.

Step 3: Click "Save" or "Save & Continue."

What if it can't find my zip code?

The third-party service we use requires a valid latitude and longitude to return the weather.

If you persistently recieve errors or the latitude/longitude fields never update, please contact us and we'll add your zip to our list.

You can also enter the latitude and longitude manually, as long as the every field (zip, latitude, and longitude) is filled in, the data won't automatically update.

If you go to Google: the resulting page will have the coordintes listed in the URL.,+OK+73034/@35.7085641,-97.4165053,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x87b18ab745b73815:0x2fe22ba278209630!8m2!3d35.7085641!4d-97.4165053

The first number is the latitude and the second is the longitude.

Aren't there supposed to be icons?

Yes! There are!

The third-party service we were using for years finally stopped providing weather data for free, so we've switched to another service. Unfortunately, the icons we were using were coming directly from that third-party service, so even though we switched over to new data, the icons didn't come with it.

Contact us and we'll add in the appropriate styles.

What's the weather in Edmond, OK

Current Weather