Although we live in Madison, we are on the northeast side of the city and adjacent to the town of Sun Prairie. Our apartment is in that blue section in the upper right-hand section of the map, above the intersection of Interstate 90/94 and Highway 151. The white part above the blue is Sun Prairie.
For reasons known to the Weather Channel and the location app, my tablet is convinced that I am either in Sun Prairie -- I will give it that -- or Maple Bluff. Maple Bluff is a few miles away and is where the governor's mansion is located. On the map, it is the narrow reddish purple bit alongside Lake Mendota. We are definitely not in Maple Bluff.
The app keeps switching my location. I can be sitting in the living room checking the weather, and one minute the tablet is in Sun Prairie and the next it is in Maple Bluff. Disconcerting in a way. I imagine the Weather Channel has reporting stations/sites in each of those places and some slight variation in solar interference or fluctuating magnetic fields or perhaps the traffic patterns over the airport moves me from one side of the boundary to the other. It doesn't matter much, as far as I can tell.
Today was as bitterly cold as forecast and we opted to stay inside all day. It was very sunny. We both felt like a field trip but neither of us felt like braving the wind and cold. Tomorrow will likely bring more of the same. At least I got some work done on Wings.
I made the Zuppa Salsiccia for dinner. As suggested on the recipe site, I made it at midday and am letting the flavors mingle until dinnertime. It smelled delicious while cooking, and I look forward to trying it out. I bought a baguette to accompany it and have Parmesan, Romano and Asiago cheese on hand.