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This has most certainly nothing to do with the new upgrade, as this feature has been in WeatherTrack since very early versions. You might have accidentally entered a speed and course for the Track Weather feature while downloading a GRIB file. The server then creates a GRIB file that is moved in the given course for each forecast interval. This is intended as an optimization to make GRIB files smaller in case you are on a longer passage.
To turn this off, download a new GRIB file and while the blue and yellow selection map is shown, tap the small gears icon on the bottom of the screen to modify the GRIB parameters. Scroll down until you find the Track Weather section and enter zero as speed.
March 28th, 2013 2:31a.m.