Whither the weather? Linux CLI solutions

Posted by gregladen on Oct 7, 2010 7:00 PM EDT
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Command line weather app is example of why the cli is good. The command line is a great place to get weather information. Here, I discuss one cli-app for current conditions and forecasts, in the larger context of why you would ever want to use the command line anyway. There are several ways to use your computer to check the weather. One is to use the Nakob Weather Rock method. Suspend the computer using a rope from a tripod of sticks. If the computer is swaying, that means it is windy. If the computer is wet, that means it is raining.

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My experience of weather applications on Linux tracyanne 15 1,698 Oct 8, 2010 8:10 PM

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