Your Internet came from satellite 22,300 miles in space but first had
to get there from earth. ViaSat has many satellite ground stations that
beam the internet up to the satellite from various parts of the
country. Weather Underground guesses your location from your internet
IP number and where that number geographically originated on earth. The
ground station that originated your internet connection is probably in
Kentucky, making Weather Underground's guess incorrect.
this problem at Weather Underground, click the blue outlined box at the
top, right corner of their page in the middle of the text-box that says
"Search Locations." Enter your city there in
that same box you just clicked. A list will appear when you start
typing and there you can select your city.
Weather Underground will go to your city.
Bookmark the page. It will always go the page/city that was bookmarked. You shouldn't need it to be bookmarked now, but better safe than going through all this again.
you get a "Share your location with Weather Underground?" box in
Firefox, choose "Never" or it will go back to Kentucky ! Clicking the
target-looking symbol on the right-side of the blue entry box you
clicked will invoke this question and now is a good time to say "Never."