This url seems to work randomly: https://fcc-weather-api.glitch.me/api/current?lon=-122.29756359999999&lat=37.8843324
Sometimes it shows Shuzenji, Japan, and sometimes it shows Albany, CA. (I want it to show Albany, CA.)
Here’s how I tested it:
- I enter the above link, and chrome loads the data for albany, ca. I close the page.
- I repeat that a few times, and keep getting albany.
- I repeat once more, and it shows Shuzenji, Japan. It keeps showing this for a few times.
- After repeating a few more times, it starts showing Albany, CA again. And so on…
This happens on both Chrome and Safari, on MacBook and iPhone.
Shuzenji, Japan is at 34°58’03.3"N 138°53’58.2"E.
Albany, CA is at 37°53’08.2"N 122°17’52.2"W
so it’s not because of the negative sign in front of “122”
But just in case it’s the negative, I tried %2D instead of the minus sign…and still got the same random test results.
And same test results if I switch the order of lon and lat in the link.
Also tried clearing cache/cookies.
Any ideas how to return Albany, CA more consistently with the fcc-weather-api url format?