Update, November 30 at 3:36 p.m. ET: It seems that the Google weather service is back on track.
Original article, November 30 at 1:03 a.m. ET: If you are requesting Google Assistant for weather information right now, the answer will surprise you. The Google weather service must have fallen, since, regardless of the location you request for weather information, you will get a zero-degree forecast.
I find it hard to believe that now there are zero degrees in Hawaii. Certainly, it's not zero degrees in my backyard.
If you use traditional Google search in your browser, you still get weather information, but it comes with a third-party service, Weather.com is most likely. In general, Google would show its own format forecast.
If you try to ask about the time of Google Home Hardware, such as the Google Home Hub, you will not get an answer. Instead, Assistant will offer you a third-party service and ask you if you want to do so. If you say no, Assistant releases the conversation.
As with most of the interruptions that Google services imply, this is likely to be rectified soon. In the meantime, you do not think Google tells you: I'm sure it's very hot in Phoenix, AZ, and not at a low-freezing temperature.
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