How to rearrange locations in the Weather app for iPhone in iOS 7

How to rearrange locations in the Weather app for iPhone in iOS 7

The Weather app got quite the facelift in iOS 7 and some of the ways you perform certain actions have changed. One of those is how to rearrange all the locations you have inside the Weather app. Here's how:

  1. Launch the Weather app from the Home screen of your iPhone.
  2. In the bottom right hand corner, tap on the list view icon.
  3. Now tap and hold on the weather location you'd like to move up or down in the list.
  4. Drag it to the position you'd like it to be in and then release your finger.

That's it! The Weather app will now remember the new order. Repeat this process for each item you'd like to move up or down in the list. To return to the detailed view of any location, just tap on it.

Allyson Kazmucha

Help and how to editor for iMore. I can take apart an iPhone in less than 6 minutes. I also like coffee and Harry Potter more than anyone really should.

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Ledsteplin says:

If it would just show the correct temperature in the pull down notification center. It seems to lag behind a few hours. Location and refresh is on. Most of the time it just tells the high for the day with no current temp.

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JDRiggs says:

Mine says sunrise in Franklin, Indiana is 1:36AM! And the graphic sometimes is the night sky in the middle of the day.

pr1nce says:

My weather app is working fine. I have the current temp and all the highs and lows for each day

Enzo83 says:

Thanks! Good to know!! ;-)

Metro1088 says:

How do I delete a location from this app?

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Alex Roussinov says:

Looking for the same thing. The weather app allows to add locations but not delete them. Is there around this? I'm in Canada, and I'm getting U.S. weather by default.