easy localized weather forecast in terminal

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    Anonymous

      $ curl wttr.in
      ^—- performs a geoip lookup and returns your local forecast

      You can also check the forecast for a specific city
      $ curl wttr.in/Hooterville

      if you want to see whatall options are available:
      $ curl http://wttr.in/:help

      if you want to see (and/or DIY) the server-side code for this weather service, visit:
      http://github.com/chubin/wttr.in

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      #5130
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      koolstofje

        wttr is cool! -4 hehehe

        #5142
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        Dave

          Inxi also gives some weather information if I remember correctly. I cannot recall the syntax at the moment… inxi -wxx?

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          sleekmason

            Oh! this is nice! Thank you for sharing!

            #5156
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            rokytnji

              Inxi also gives some weather information if I remember correctly. I cannot recall the syntax at the moment… inxi -wxx?

              Mainly current conditions. I run a simple weather for current tempature outside in conky also. From here.

              http://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=37381

              Since it is mostly just temperature in the desert you wish to know about.

              Here is inxi weather

              harry@biker:~$ inxi -xxx -W 79772
              Weather:   Conditions: 39 F (4 C) - Clear Wind: From the North at 4 MPH Humidity: 37%
                         Pressure: 30.54 in (1034 mb) Wind Chill: 37 F (3 C)
                         Location: Pecos TX (US) Altitude: 787 ft
                         Time: January 13, 12:21 PM CST Observation Time: January 13, 12:15 PM CST
              

              I’ve been using curl and wttr for a while now myself. I think I poisted about it back at the old forums. Thanks skidoo for updating this forum. We left a lot behind in the move. Kinda reminds me of when I moved my Mom from the Farm to a retirement community. The cool things I left behind hurt my feelers.

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