Running Home Assistant in Docker on Raspbian on a RP4.
Originally I setup the OpenWeatherMap integration through the UI. I recently wanted to switch and configure it via my
configuration.yaml, so I deleted the integration from the UI and added the following to my
weather: - platform: openweathermap api_key: !secret openweathermap_api_key mode: daily
When I restarted Home Assistant, I got the following error:
home-assistant | 2020-11-13 09:28:51 ERROR (MainThread) [homeassistant.components.weather] The openweathermap platform for the weather integration does not support platform setup. Please remove it from your config.
I see plenty of examples in the forums which imply that should work. And when I look at the Integration page in Home Assistant, I can see OpenWeatherMap. So, I went and removed the openweathermap integration from
configuration.yaml, restarted Home Assistant, and got the following error:
home-assistant | 2020-11-13 09:58:27 ERROR (MainThread) [homeassistant.components.openweathermap.forecast_update_coordinator] Error fetching openweathermap data: Your API subscription level does not allow to perform this operation home-assistant | Reason: Invalid API Key provided
Which would make sense, since I’m not using a paid account. Except… I thought I just removed the integration! If I refresh the Integrations page, OpenWeatherMap is there again!
All of which leaves me very confused. What am I missing?