I can never be sure, but it seems all the fun text-based weather applications have already been accounted for. 😦
There was cursetheweather, which did a great job breaking out the forecast in a professional manner. And there was weatherspect, which did the same thing but went in totally the opposite direction, making the forecast much more amusing.
What’s left appears to be in a rather scattered state. First, here’s the aptly named weather.
As you can see, weather does a decent job of drawing forecast information from the web, and displaying it in an attractive table. No color, but we can’t have everything, can we?
There’s more to weather than just the
-i flag, but I didn’t take the time to go through the entire configuration. What I’ve seen in other screenshots suggests it doesn’t look too much different from the
-i version, it just saves…
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