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Hi barbie123. Unfortunately we don't have any control over the weather that is provided in each local area.
No, my question was not answered well. The television Weather Scan & Weather Channel feed is correct. However, the stream feed from ComCast on any other device like desk top, lap top or I pad only shows Pittsburgh weather. There should be a way to change the streamed feed to match the television feed.
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i will definitely be checking on FIOS to see if i can get weatherscan there. Having a real time radar image of my local area was one fo the FEW reasons i kept paying exorbitant fees to xfinity! Now that it is gone....why keep paying?
rmichalik wrote: i will definitely be checking on FIOS to see if i can get weatherscan there. Having a real time radar image of my local area was one fo the FEW reasons i kept paying exorbitant fees to xfinity! Now that it is gone....why keep paying?
I understand your desire to add content that you enjoy watching in your area. We do listen to customer feedback. For more information on this topic, follow this link. The support page also includes a link to our Customer Feedback Form where you can request channels that you would like to have added to our lineup.
Our hearts go out to those impacted by Storm Riley this past Friday and those who may be impacted this week by Storm Quinn in the Northeast Division.
To help residents and emergency personnel stay connected during this time, Comcast is opening up Xfinity WiFi outdoor and SMB hotspots in these communities to anyone who needs them, including non-Xfinity Internet subscribers.
This will be starting at 4:00 PM ET on Monday, March 5, 2018, through Friday, March 16, 2018.
For more about these open Xfinity Hotspots see here.
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