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    hrm current_observation wasn't in the fields and therefore won't be part of data. You could add a mapping of current_observation.temp_f.

    However it sounds like this isn't even part of a recordset and you don't need a store.

    Have you checked out Ext.data.JsonP.request?
    http://docs.sencha.com/touch/2-0/#!/api/Ext.data.JsonP

    It's funny that the example there is also to retrieve the weather
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    This is great! I actually had two questions answered in one. The first being that of initial question asked here and that of do I need to have store/model configuration for every request on data? It was answered. Thanks for being so thorough and patient.

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